Across the Spring 2022 runways, we saw an overwhelming selection of pink-hued looks. From dusty pastels to watermelon pinks, pink is the colour this Spring in both menswear and womenswear.
Alanui’s Ready to Wear Spring 2022 collection is bursting at the seams with colour. From fruity watermelon red to vibrant greens. This tie-dye inspired set stays within the trendy pink colour palette, with pops of red, similar to the Mara 16 thread, mustard yellows and baby pink seen throughout. The oversized denim jacket features two boxy front pockets and bronze buttons. Pair it with the matching denim shorts, a comfy knit bralette in a similar hue, and you have yourself the perfect spring outfit.
Nothing says statement suiting more than this pastel pink number by AMI. The contrasting collar and lining against the powdery pink, in a similar shade to Mara 473 thread, is fun and flirty. Paired with an equally fun sheer button-up and completed with casual yet timeless white sneakers. Who said suits had to be boring?
Vtmnts is most well known for their bold logo branding, however, this pastel two-tone look shows very little visible logo branding. The sleeveless turtleneck, in an unassuming pale pink, easily matched with the Mara 2528 thread, showcases subtle branding across the chest. Paired with extra-long gloves in the same colourway and medium brown trousers, this look will seamlessly transition from the runway to the streets.
Casablanca’s Spring 2022 collection is a celebration of colour. Dancing around the colour wheel we land on this delicious candy set created from a unique weaving-inspired patterned fabric. Wavy collars on a double-breasted blazer paired with knee-length shorts, this look is the definition of bold. The cool-toned pink seen in this pattern is most similar to the Mara 568 thread.
Dreamy, flowy, and fluid. These are the three words that come to mind when we look at this sheer ombre outfit by Casablanca. Continuing the flowy motif across this collection, the collar of this jacket also sports a subtle wavy edge. Cinched in at the waist with a rainbow belt, and paired with matching sheer pants, with the pink hues matching the Mara 519 seamlessly, this is the perfect nighttime look.
Oftentimes, monotone looks make more of a statement than something that is filled with different colours. This layered look by Greg Lauren is in a popular salmon hue, matching the Mara 80 thread. The collar-less overcoat on top of the long-line button down long sleeve is cleverly paired with wide-legged pants all in the same hue. The frayed edges, metal buttons and subtle patchwork on the pants add texture and visual interest – aspects that are crucial in monotone looks like this.