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Womenswear pre-spring trend report

Introducing the key styles of the season, where polish meets a play with proportion.


Inflected with retro sportswear references, matching sets and separates in relaxed proportions propose a nuanced take on nostalgia. A boxy double-faced shirt and flared trousers are heightened by leather accents. Style with oversized aviator frames.



A move towards lighter layers underpins this season’s outerwear outerwear. The classic COS trench coat is modernised through hybrid design in crisp recycled recycled nylon, converting into a sleeveless gilet. A cropped jacket with cape nylon, converting into a sleeveless gilet.


An evolution of moto design, the racer jacket and matching midi skirt in spring’s unexpected brown hue proves the season for leather is no longer established. Unpainted seams and exposed metal hardware lend a distressed look, while winged sunglasses and a skin-baring sheer top deliver the attitude.


Liquid textures and lustrous finishes give formal a new fluidity. Rendered in midnight Naia™ twill, an enveloping double-breasted blazer with relaxed sleeves shows a softer side to tailoring. Trousers in wider, more flared cuts trade smart for casual, accentuating the nonchalant nature of this season’s suiting.


Pre-spring sees a redefinition of the iconic material, explored through cut, colour and creative textures. Wide-leg denim with upturned cuffs in chalky white tones embody the ease of warmer days ahead.


A palette of warm hues in rust, terracotta and light pink serves as spring’s prelude to milder days. An uplifting counterpart to new-season neutrals, channel a confident tonal look with layers that add dimension.

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