One of the more prominent trends at this seasons New York Fashion Week is the completely monochromatic look. An outfit composed of a singular color can effortlessly pull a look together, and can be tweaked to fit within any season, time, or temperature. As this trend seems to consistently be a favorite this season, designers producing this look for their Spring/Summer 2017 collections put their own new spin on a not-so-new idea. Nicholas K drew inspiration from the desert and a wide range of earth tones, showcasing monochromatic looks in loose fitting, flowing silk fabrics.
Telfar used daring, bright tones, which were inspired by paint chips found at Home Depot and classic “Old Navy” color palettes. Many of the looks, including one shown above, were even paired with a matching bag of the same color. Marcel Ostertag‘s most recent collection featured many all-white looks, which can easily be grouped into ultra-feminine, bohemian style.
Click through the slideshow above to see how other designers this season are interpreting the classic monochromatic look.