For the collection creative director Sophie Delafontaine drew from the work of Judy Chicago as well as styles from the ’70s and ’90s to create a wardrobe for a sophisticated woman on the go. Ultra-feminine pieces like flowing patterned skirts and ruched silk pieces were offset with utilitarian styles, including nylon jackets and sporty boots. The candy pastel color palette was grounded with neutrals and deep reds.
Much like last season, Delafontaine had a lot of fun with prints. But where she was graphic and bold last February, she now presented something more hypnotizing, with trippy floral prints that somewhat resembled art nouveau patterns. As always, handbags were an important part of the collection. This season featured a “nano” version of the brand’s seminal Le Pliage bag, adding to the growing trend of itty bitty bags.
See the rest of Longchamp’s Spring 2020 collection below.