Warm Weather Suiting: Spring/Summer 2015

Something that caught my eye when looking at all the Spring/Summer 2015 collections was all the lighter, warmer-weather outfits inspired by business attire. Collars, crisply-folded fabric, button-up details all contributed to the ‘work/play’ feel that comes with collections meant for sunnier months.

Here are my fave warm weather suit looks by female designers.


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Temperley London, designed by Alice Temperley is always a favourite of mine, regardless of season. I really, really liked the casual, tomboy suit separates she sent down the runway. The choice to use white and light pink for these separates made this collection especially notable.


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Sacai is designed by Chitose Abe. Her Spring/Summer 2015 collection had lots of military details, but the slightly-undone uniform elements are all there. I especially loved the cheeky pinstripe ensembles.


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Wayne is designed by Wayne Lee, and yes, how cool is it that her name is Wayne? I first heard of Lee when reading Lucky’s style guide book, as she was one of the stylish people profiled. Her Spring/Summer collection is all pared-down cool–I feel like I could wear any of these collared ensembles and be the best-dressed person in the room while not look like I’m trying too hard.


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Rei Kawakubo is the boss lady behind Comme des Garçons and this, its sister line  (albeit with a confusing name–you’re not seeing double) Comme des Garçons Comme des Garçons. I liked these childish, androgynous takes on elements of suits. Formal but frumpy, cool but possessing an unexpected innocence.

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