Façonnable is returning to its roots for its spring-summer collection.
Under artistic director Eric Wright, the Nice, France-based brand has turned to the Cote d’Azur of the Thirties and Forties for this season’s inspiration. “This brand is all about color, so I said, ‘Let’s go for it,’” said Wright. The collection offers an array of hues for both men and women, ranging from navys and bright yellows to a variety of reds. By being mixed with earthy neutrals, the offerings are designed to pop on the sales floor. Men’s offerings run the gamut from traditional dress shirts, pleated shorts and eye-catching polos to more-subdued sport coats, while the breezy women’s lineup included checked shirtdresses, filmy sweater vests and loose trousers.
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