Spring|Summer 2017 by Cinthia Contreras


Journeys to the sparse ruggedness of the Arizona and Mexico deserts. Here, the collection explores the unique chiaroscuro of unbated light on ragged dark angles beneath a bright blue sky or a smoldering sunset.

In keeping with this season's inspiration, the SS17 collection is refined, yet understated and easy. A new volume informs the overall silhouette of the collection proposes suiting for the Millennial Man and soft tailoring presents an updated perspective on the leisure set. Outwear such as the Bomber and the Eisenhower jacket, are reimagined in a relaxed cardigan silhouette. New this season. New this season are layering pieces in novelty silk and linen yarns for transitional use.

The textiles utilized reflect the overall tone of this season's inspiration. Matte and textured fabrications, ranging from subtle to more demonstrative patterns, inject an element of movement into individual garments. Cotton poplins and jacquards, as well as Japanese denim, marry well with denser fabrics, such a coated cotton and twill jerseys, and embossed and printed suedes. Knitwear celebrates the intricate geometries of Navajo blankets. 

This season color palette is a direct reflection of the astounding color spectrum of Arizona and New Mexico: anthracite, iron grays, indigo and olive green are juxtaposed with dusty roses, sun-bleached yellows, oranges and translucent blues.




Combines the sacredness of Holbox, the island situated off the northeast coast of the Yucatán peninsula, with New York City lifestyle. Know for being sanctuary of endangered species like the carey turtle, tern, american flamingo and sea cow. 

Featuring colors including pastel pink, baby blue, lilac, flamingo feathers, print of whale shark skin, gray and black, LIFE will feature Spring/Summer 2017's latest trends including oversized silhouettes, bomber jacket, bikers, boxing shorts, relaxed pants, athletic inspired shorts and sweatshirts. Seco's describes the line as "streets meet urban sophistication".