A foolproof guide to wearing power prints this season

It’s the season of the print, as both menswear and womenswear labels seem to be shedding the monochromatic tones of winter for something a little more vivid. An aesthetic championed on the runways of Gucci, Prada, Dior and Louis Vuitton (among others), the industry-wide call to pick up something printed does not mean that it’s an easy trend to nail down. For the cautious, we recommend starting with something subtle, for the fearless, a head-to-toe approach will pay off provided you know what you’re doing.

Endeavouring to help you harness the power of the print this season, we’ve rounded up some pieces to fold into your spring wardrobe. From loud florals to cool monochrome to basic, printed tees, there are a number of ways to buy into this trend.

For the guys

Left to right: Balenciaga trousers from Mr Porter, Ksubi Chrome Rose shirt from Superette, Beach Street socks from Rodd & Gunn,  Slim straight drawstring shorts from Workshop, Standard T (Martin Poppelwell Good Skull) from Workshop, Large backpack with NY Yankees patch from Gucci


For the girls

From left to right: Anine Bing Tiger sweatshirt from Superette, Chloé Rylee boots from Net-A-Porter, Isabel Marant Etoile Elina dress from Workshop, Oblique saddle bag from Dior (09 373 4849), Rose print silk skirt from Gucci, Victoria Beckham Swing sweater from Muse Boutique


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