Margaret Howell Continues to Explore Materiality for SS22

Incorporating natural colors, athletic references and relaxed tailoring.

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London-based label Margaret Howell has presented its Spring/Summer 2022 collection, continuing to explore themes of materiality, tailoring and athletic references. The tailoring is a particular focus, with a new silhouette featuring a looser fit and wide, cropped trousers.

Elsewhere, Margaret Howell incorporates a selection of natural landscape-inspired colors such as “Rust,” “Bay” and “Clay,” which appear on light jackets, drawstring trousers and knitwear pieces. Other stand-outs include the continued athletic influence — shown through drawstring sports bag and cotton shirts — as well as pieces in light cotton shirting and tough Japanese denim.

Take a look through the SS22 lookbook from Margaret Howell in the gallery above. The collection is due to release early next year.

In case you missed it, Margaret Howell also recently collaborated with Mizuno.

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