Camo Print Is Back For Good, According to the Fall 2019 Runways - Fashionista

Camo Print Is Back For Good, According to the Fall 2019 Runways

You might want to visit your nearest army surplus store soon.
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Palm Angels, R13, Sandy Liang, John Elliott. Photos: Imaxtree (3); Courtesy of John Elliott

Palm Angels, R13, Sandy Liang, John Elliott. Photos: Imaxtree (3); Courtesy of John Elliott

You might want to plan a shopping trip to your nearest army surplus store soon. According to the Fall 2019 runways, camouflage is back and more versatile than ever. We've seen this motif pop up among more streetwear-leaning labels like Yeezy and Heron Preston in the past, but designers within the more contemporary or high-end markets are tapping into this favorable trend now, too, with new, fall-friendly designs for men and women.

At New York Fashion Week, Sandy Liang covered her coveted fleece jackets in camo print, accented with hints of neon yellow and bright blue. R13 chose the pattern for its outerwear offerings as well, from puffer coats to slouchy parkas. On the menswear front, Palm Angels and John Elliott opted for Realtree camo, giving Bass Pro Shops even more credit in the fashion department. Lastly, Philipp Plein got in on the camo print's comeback in a way that only Plein could: The designer's take included shimmery, head-to-toe camo ensembles, or outfits that clashed the print with primary-colored plaid.

See how designers featured camo print on the Fall 2019 runways in the gallery below.

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