For Spring/Summer 2020, GAUCHERE found inspiration in the abstract forms and use of color of the Neo-Concrete art movement. Creating a wardrobe of reimagined staples for the working professional.

The collection featured singular takes on everyday looks like pants and trouser pairings, suits, and dresses, as well as pieces that could easily be worn for more formal occasions. Classic styles like a masculine cut blazer were seen in iterations with open slits mid-sleeve, layered under pinstripe bustier tanks, and with tie fastenings around the upper torso.

Pants included roomy pleated trousers, cropped capri-length with split seams, long skinny hems that extended down over the shoes, and a swinging skirt-like silhouette with a drop crotch and high waist. Looks we loved included a monochrome beige suit with the asymmetric jacket, a black silk shirt worn with yellow pants and red mesh shoes, and jeans paired with a black overcoat with side cutouts.

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