In the February issues, the black and white patterns of stripes, checks and primarily dogtooth with descendance from the 60′s seem to appear more frequently than any other spring trend. Or it is because of its distinct look that make it noticeable.
The magazine interpreting the trend in the most creative and defintely consistent way is Vogue Japan with Aymeline Valade posing quirkily in front of an architectural building of which the columns make a great backdrop to the clothing. Harper’s Magazine Spain on the other hand went all the way and put stripes on the cover. With a more conservative touch to it however, they almost literally make a reference to the mod era especially with the blonde pixie cut and glam eye make up, modelled by Ginta Lapida and shot by Txema Yeste.
By Josefin Arestav