The new fabrics make travelling a cinch. We now have a variety of natural fabrics that live up to the challenge of long-distance travel.
- Lightweight shirting, which utilizes uneven dyeing processes to create a unique home-dyed effect. Imperfections are where itвЂ™s at.
- Denims with lots of finishing, sandblasting and washes, mattress ticking stripes and some overdyes.
- Marled and heathered knits with broken-up colour and salt-and-pepper effects that add an element of rawness and naturalness to knit collections.
- Prints with unusual re-colouration of botanicals and florals. Lots of mixing of patterns such as stripes, plaids, checks and prints.
- Tan and brown with golden casts
The bottom line is easy to pack and easy to wear:
- Knit crepes that are very lightweight with a touch of stretch.
- Gauze that is open and light, often layered and often with lots of embroidery.
- Lawn, which may be solid or printed and often used layer-upon-layer.
- Pinwale corduroy in dusty and pale shades. These fabrics are distressed through washing for softness.
The key resort colours are barely-there tints paired with grey mid-tones.
- Silver grey
- Ultra-light blue
- Lemon cram yellow