By Jeremy Tintiangko, Released by Phil. Star.
This season, Plains and Prints collaborates with design icon, Rhett Eala, to craft a series of collections that harbor inspiration from the element of nature. The outcome is a delightful crop of pieces that can nurture the varying tastes and styles of every working woman. Easy breezy and fresh, the pieces are perfect for the warmer climes but still bear that signature streamlined and sophisticated quality that the brand is best known for.
With the country’s sweetheart, Anne Curtis, as the face of Plains and Prints, the spring / summer line aptly includes capsule collections like the Water collection, which offers slightly structured yet breezy silhouettes in warm shades of yellow, lilac and blue with modern aquatic art prints. For fun and tropical looks, check out the Air collection, which tales inspiration from birds, feathers, and the lushness of the oasis. Dominant hues include periwinkle, royal blue, navy, pinks, khakis, and touches of wasted out neon orange.
Fond of releasing themed collections, Plains and Prints invites you to Saint Tropez with its Paris cruise-inspired collection, which pays homage to the glamour of cruising and traditional nautical elements. Refreshed and reworked in new ways, pieces exude playfulness and functional elegance at the same time.
Meanwhile, the brand takes us back in time with the Domestic Bliss collection, a collection inspired by the classic ‘50s look but made laidback and relaxed by featuring tropical tones like green, yellow, orange, and warm shades of peach and blush as well as blissful and decorative vintage prints.
Once it’s time to bid farewell to summer, check out the Art Noveau collection which makes use of the intricate ‘20s architectural elements. The pieces are translated into a selection of mod-inspired pieces that bear minimalist baroque interpretations in punchy hues like coral, lime, royal, and green with heavy accents of black and white.
Plains and Prints also rolled out its own interpretation of summer staples. Trade in your bohemian dresses for streamlined ones that evoke cheeky sophisticated and vintage glamour. Plus, there’s no need to fret going to the beach as flattering swimsuit in solid colors have become very trendy. If that still won’t do, try making the most out of classy cover-ups.