Last season, Preen's Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi wowed us with their colorful, digitized prints and apparently the designers were content to carry on that theme, because the same sort of abstract, nature-inspired prints were alive and well this season.
The first look came out--a white blouse with an orange stripe, and a vibrant floral skirt--and we had to double check the line sheet to make sure we were indeed seeing a fall collection, and not a spring one. The runway gave way to more digitized florals, and swaths of orange, light green, and cobalt blue. Eventually more winter-appropriate hues made their way onto the runway in the form of graphic, black and white prints, and sweaters with an abstracted leaf print.
Despite the slightly off-season color palette, bold prints, and brazen mish-mash of everything in between, we have to say, the whole thing totally worked. And we'd literally want to wear any of the pieces be it spring, or fall. Photos: IMAXtree