From weekdays in high caliber designs to weekends in sporting styles, the new season is about riffng on classic details
by Caleigh Ostrom
From straight off the field styles to sophisticated toppers, baseball caps now run the gamut from casual to chic enough to pair with a suit. Upgraded fabrics, streamlined silhouettes, and luxe details have jolted this typical Saturday morning throw on and go option into a statement accessory.
Loro Piana Windmate Storm System Baseball Hat
This Piana trademark Storm System fabric design is a great option for days on the links or for a morning coffee run. It’s an option that offers form, function, and fashion in one swing.
Thom Browne Embroidered Baseball Cap
There are few items more classic than a white baseball cap, and this version is embroidered with a tennis motif and with the brand’s signature grosgrain strap at the back.
A progressive narrative
Tom Ford continues to push boundaries when it comes to runway collections. For spring, surprises were in abundance, in both design and hue selection. Runway examples included wide lapelled suit jackets with slim fits for work and evening wear, followed by striking, psychedelic, and daringly short swim trunks. Those e orts were only rivaled by the brand’s vivacious evening jackets. Other wearable trends from today’s crown prince of versatility included a variety of waffled henleys and new age and at once roomy but tailored looking denim pieces.
TRACKSUITS HOLD COURT
The athleisure trend continues its full steam ahead course for the new season. Spring offerings include designs in technical fabrics, eye catching color themes, and modern silhouettes. Options like a bomber style jacket paired with matching pants were also favorites, and potential wearers can think of the sum as a synergy between casualwear and sophisticated street style one that departs noticeably from the “straight from the court” concept. Pieces came from Valentino, Bottega Veneta, and Ermengildo Zegna many in an earthy palette.