Take a look at the very chic new streetwear collection from M&S
If you’re looking for sleek streetwear, might we point you in the direction of Marks & Spencer who have just launched one of the most covetable new season collections on the British high street.
This week, the high street stalwart has launched an exclusive 90s inspired collection that is all kinds of amazing.
Named after the store’s East London (aka the centre of all things cool and street) Fashion Street design studio, the collection features a sleek two-tone palette with bold, graphic prints including bold stripes (always a winner in our eyes) and interlocking patterns adding to the urban, utilitarian vibe.
It is embracing the monochrome trend in a big way too. While minimal mesh detailing and sheer fabrications add a touch of femininity to the trends we’ve seen across the catwalks and street style stars at fashion week.
Key pieces include a high neck bra which will look great with a pair of new season wide-leg trousers, a geometric mesh lace body which nails the underwear-as-outerwear trend, and a handful of cropped pants, tees and bandeaus, as well as some achingly cool lingerie sets. All mixed and matched (just the way we like it), it makes for a fashion-forward lingerie, loungewear and swimwear collection that is as wearable as it is wantable.
The collection comes after two hotly-anticipated collaborations have recently been announced – confirming that the British icon is seriously amping up its fashion game this season.
Following last season’s ‘IT’ suede skirt and now the ‘IT’ leather wrap version, there’s also a handful of covetable new collaborations in the pipeline. With Alexa Chung’s ‘Archive by Alexa for Marks & Spencer’ 31-piece collection launching on the 13th April and Michael Van Der Ham’s colourful and printed accessories arriving just in time for spring and summer weddings on 14th April, M&S is a serious contender for high street store of the season.
Don’t miss out on the one-off collection, it’s in stores and online now.