For Spring/Summer 2022, The Row continues to get it right.
Sticking to its elevated minimalism, the collection manages to perfectly capture luxury without logos, branding, or unnecessary jazz. It is simple, straightforward, and it is The Row – and this time, the menswear might just be as good as the womenswear.
For the apparel, the label continues its love affair with quality, focusing on materials and shape, incorporating classic silhouettes such as blazers and tailored trousers, as well as more experimental pieces including a backwards-style blazer jacket and wool hoods.
The label also surprised us all by debuting two graphic tees, printed with children's drawings in rainbow colors. In addition, colorful beanies and suede caps makes the collection a little more relaxed, and oozes cool in a very expensive way.
Fans of the Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen-led label have been itching for good menswear since its inception, and SS22 marks the collection where the menswear looks are just as good as the women's. But at the end of the day, the beauty of The Row is that the label is practically unisex, with plenty of pieces to experiment with outside of the gendered collections.
Loose trousers and utilitarian-inspired shirts are going to be the go-to uniform in the spring, we can already feel it.
Lastly, on the footwear front, the label makes a case for socks and sandals, with both Teva-like velcro shoes and flip-flops styled with matching monochrome socks. In fact, every shoe is worn with a sock – even the strappy heels. On the menswear front, a simple black leather slip-on loafer reigns supreme.
If one thing is for certain, it is that The Row continues to be hot and unbothered, and we'll be drooling over these looks when they hit stores next season.