Calvin Klein Jeans‘ Spring/Summer 2018 collection lookbook elaborates upon Raf Simons‘s first offering as chief creative officer. Luella Bartley, head of global design for CKJ, continues to unify her division with that of Simons’s through the use of similar southwestern and cowboy aesthetics.
The capsule features the on-trend use of side-lined trousers, western long and short sleeve work shirts, jackets, coats, skirts, dresses, jumpsuits, and tank-tops, while a few pieces are detailed with a “CK” patch. The most notable look includes the black ecru singled striped jeans paired with a denim button-up shirt and oversized jacket.
No delivery date or price point has been released, but expect a drop very soon at authorized stockists around the globe. In other fashion news, view the concept shop opened by former colette employees.
- Design Scene