Spring's Geometric Honeycomb Print Is The New Chevron

February 13, 2013 by Melanie Barnes
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Not to be outdone, the fashion world took on Mother Nature this season and forwent the typical spring florals in favor of something with a little more sting — like the worker bee. Or, more specifically, the honeycomb. Sarah Burton spearheaded the trend in the most literal sense for Alexander McQueen‘s Spring/Summer 2013 collection, featuring delightfully cray prints, wide-brimmed beekeeper’s hats and sculpted silhouettes in true McQueen fashion. Luckily, a few other top designers toned down the hive-oriented look for those of us who aren’t Anna Dello Russo, treating us to the more subtle hexagonal motifs at Tory Burch and Chris Benz. Get ahead of the trend and see what all the buzz is about (get it!?) in the slideshow below.


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