There’s something that feels slightly off about writing a menswear review and bringing the phrases “butterfly-printed, overtly-floral, and floral-topped” to mind. Yes, it is 2017 and the drawn lines between genders have faded, but given the impact of tough-guy streetwear, Katie Eary’s Spring/Summer collection certainly felt like a breath of fresh air. Hyper-graphic florals, bug prints, and leaf-printed silken sweatsuits and jumpsuits took hold of the collection, not letting go till the very last look. Paired with pops of color, be it through neon blue beads on dreads of highlighter orange drawstrings, it was not a collection for the minimalist. But while the collection had roots (pun intended) in naturalism, even the most dedicated dweller of the concrete jungles could relate with Eary’s head-turning separates.