For Banana Republic's Spring 2017 collection, recently previewed at New York Fashion Week, the design team took inspiration from the traditional craft and modern technique of design and color in India.
That means bold hues, elaborately draped fabrics and laser-cut features that bring intricate tile work to mind. Subtle hits of print and pattern were also on display at Cedar Lake in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City, as editors and influencers reviewed the looks, snapped photos and share on social media.
Also featured this season — an amplification of Banana Republic's see-now-buy-now experience, with curated selections by global style ambassador, Olivia Palermo, where customers can see a look from the Spring 2017 presentation and put it right into their online shopping cart. (There is also a shop-in-shop at the brand's Flatiron store in NYC while supplies last.)
A colorful spring has never sprung so soon.
Go behind the looks at NY Fashion week, and meet the BR team who made it all happen.