Club Monaco Fall/Winter 2016

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Club Monaco launches the Fall 2016 Collection infused with a renewed softness, highlighting fresh fabrics and relaxed silhouettes.

This fall, the Club Monaco woman exudes femininity, experimenting with ruffles, floral prints and delicate details balanced by a utilitarian sensibility. Ruffles are meant to be layered, paired with long, clean trenches and military inspired trousers. Slip dressing is also key; with lingerie inspired pieces layered atop ruffleneck and ribbed knits. Updated sleeves play an important role, showcasing gathering at the shoulder and experimentation with sleeve shape.

The collection’s July capsule revolves around a fresh, but transitional palette of whites and blues injected with shades of dusty peach, with floral prints as a focus. In August, white and muslin give way to greens and khakis that pair feminine elements and military details and railroad stripes with ease. Lily pinks and Victorian rose play off of this military inspired palette in September, providing a fresh take on casual feminine style.

The men’s collection also plays with the idea of relaxed softness, focusing on classic patterns executed in sophisticated fabrications and casual silhouettes. Soft ombre plaids are paired with pleated trousers that are more generous in shape and floral patterns act as a common thread throughout the season emerging in accent pieces such as shirting, ties, and pocket squares.

The Winter 2016 Collection, channeling a reinterpreted sense of softness inspired by the romantic femininity of the Victorian era.

This winter, the Club Monaco woman exudes femininity, experimenting with ladylike fabrics, floral prints, and delicate details balanced by a utilitarian sensibility. Traditionally feminine elements such as fuller sleeves, covered buttons, ruffles, empire necklines and waisted silhouettes are paired back to military inspired pieces like clean top coats and elongated trousers. Novel textures bring the collection to life with pieces meant to be layered, mixed and matched. Compact wools in outerwear are softened with an unexpected raw edge and velvet makes an appearance in everything from pencil skirts to ankle boots. A reinvented corduroy with a micro-wale moonlights as a velveteen fabric and furniture trim like tassels, ribbon, and pom-poms highlight textured embellishment in a romantic way.

The color story in the collection’s October delivery is deep and rich, grounded by plum hues and highlighted by winter white. Print steals the show with opulent violet wallpaper florals. November cools off with levels of blue and camel. Washed black, charcoals and military green round out the December capsule with a versatile and lived-in palette.

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