A consistent go-to for nearly every spring/summer collection is the bohemian look, and this season has not strayed away from that one bit. Bohemian prints were a staple on many runways this New York Fashion Week, fitting in perfectly with the loose-fitting, laid-back silhouettes that almost every designer turned to for their most recent lineup. In Nicholas K‘s safari and desert-inspired show, the design duo used geometric patterns on flowing garments in neutral earth tones, all of which contributed to the relaxed mood of the collection as a whole. Jill Stuart, who one can usually turn to to find edgier and more dramatic pieces, chose to incorporate boho floral prints on lengthier dresses, channeling a different yet still feminine look than is usually found on her runway.
Rebecca Minkoff‘s collection(separate from her “see-now, buy-now collection she also presented) featured an abundance of day-to-night pieces, including an almost-sheer floral tiered hem dress, ideal for her target market of young shoppers In Naeem Kahn‘s latest Spring/Summer lineup, he included romantic bohemian embroidery on a few of his pieces, which quickly became a highlight of his show this season. Thom Browne’s expectedly elaborate runway show featured bohemian looks mainly in terms of his completely pastel, relaxed color palette, complete with pastel blue lipstick. His dresses clearly combined fashion with art, as the prints were made to give the illusion of tailoring, while actually just being a part of the dress itself.
Click through the slideshow above to see how other designers channeled this classic trend, sure to show up in your wardrobe in time for next spring.