FW18 workwear trend Calvin Klein 205W39NYC


2 Aug

Roll up Your Sleeves, FW18 Is All About Workwear

In case you were thinking about a quiet office while reading “workwear”… we’ll have to disappoint you. This trend has nothing to do with pencil skirts, silk ruffled blouses and checkered blazers. FW18 is about rolling up your sleeves, the physical stuff.

Stitched trousers with side pockets, fireman coats, short-sleeved shirts and overalls. That’s what you’ll be wearing this winter if you’re down for the workwear trend. Raf Simons sent stylish firefighters on a popcorn catwalk during the Calvin Klein 250W39NYC show in February. It’s common knowledge that Simons has frequently been ahead of the real hype. So prepare to get your hands dirty because this might only be the beginning.

Photo credits: Willy Vanderperre for Calvin Klein 250W39NYC, Weekday, Nanushka, Ader Error, Netaporter 

FW18 workwear trend Calvin Klein 205W39NYC

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