Ok, so first I should apologise… I’m supposed to deliver a post a week, but sometimes life gets in the way, and sometimes it’s my brain that gets in the way. This post should have gone out Tuesday last week and it didn’t make it simply because I’m too obsessive… There, I said it!
I had planned to do a nice short overview of my favourite fashion prints from the catwalks and other main Spring/Summer 2017 collections, seeing that Spring is here and we’re all ready for bright colours and florals. I went to vogue.co.uk with the intention of having a look at the big guys’ images, the famous names in the fashion world, and then…
… I hovered over the A-Z list of the Spring/Summer 2017 Ready-To-Wear collections and that bit of my brain that’s a bit OCD kicked in. There were a few hundred designers listed and I couldn’t bear the thought of not having a look at all of their collections. I thought ‘this is crazy’ but still, I had to do it.
There’s a new term for what I felt then (and feel daily one way or another), it’s called FOMO: the Fear Of Missing Out… If I didn’t have a look at all these collections what would I miss? What gorgeous prints would go unnoticed and be hidden from me forever? Not good. So I started at A and finished at Z a few days later.
I found a huge amount of gorgeous fashion prints and in the process was made aware of some super talented designers that are not so well known. It was very difficult to choose which to feature, but in the end, I settled for 28 designers/brands.
If you want to see absolutely everything in that A-Z list that I found worth keeping, you can have a look at my print + colour in fashion Pinterest board, with all 632 pins of gorgeousness!
So here they are, the chosen ones, listed in alphabetical order but backwards, because why should the A always be first? ;-)
Michael Kors Collection
Marco de Vincenzo
Dolce & Gabbana
Au Jour le Jour
All images courtesy of vogue.co.uk. To see the full A-Z list of Spring/Summer 2017 Ready-To-Wear collections go to www.vogue.co.uk/shows/spring-summer-2017-ready-to-wear.
What were your favourite prints/designers? Let me know in the comments!