We all knew that camo print was making a come back but the runways at New York Fashion Week have just confirmed this as many of the designers included camouflage in their collections. The incline in camouflage has been seen in more streetwear brands such a Yeezy and Heron Preston but recently the trend has popped up with more high end designers incorporating the design into their fall collections for both men and women.
At this weeks NYFW the camouflage could be seen all over. Designer Sandy Liang showcased her coveted fleece jackets in camo print along with hints of neon yellow and bright blue. According to Fashionista R13 also went down the camouflage route for its outerwear as seen with their puffer coats and slouchy parkas. But camouflage is not only for women as the print has shown up on the men’s catwalks as well. Palm Angels and John Elliot went for the Realtree camo while designer Philip Plein took it to the next level with shimmery, head-to-toe camouflage ensembles, or outfits that clashed the print with primary-colored plaid.
We know camouflage was made for hiding but these looks were definitely created to stand out.
Looking forward to these looks on the streets of all fashion cities.