2020 is almost behind us (thank god!). This week we spent time taking a look back on some of the year's most memorable outfits, music, games and television in a final oorah to a year that we won't soon forget. In our retrospective, we've saved the best for last: a look back on the most popular pieces from the Seasons catalog in 2020.
From designer drops to curated archive capsules, we've been excited to expand our offerings well beyond where they first began the year. Before we crack on with the same mission into 2021, we're shinning light on some of our hardest working pieces below.
Most Rented Styles
Great for layering or a standalone jacket during in-between seasons, Craig Green's signature Quilted Workwear Jacket was a practical favorite year-round. The designer's recent work has been championed by variations on the elegant yet sturdy piece for good reason.
One of the coziest flexes in the catalog, Gucci's drawstring trouser has been a perfect ingredient for lockdown dressing.
Prada? Black? Lightweight? Sometimes you can't be a designer upgrade on a simple silhouette. If any of the major fashion houses have the recipe down for menswear, it's Prada.
Spring/Summer Most Popular
Easy, breezy, beautiful. . . Bode. The New York City brand's range of colorful button-up shirts were must-have during the blissful reprieve of mid-summer weather.
Spring/Summer Archive Most Popular
Our archive tee collection includes and eclectic range of pop culture references but none that topped the likes of Destiny's Child and REM. Music merch does have a certain charm, doesn't it? Well, Gucci does too.
Fall/Winter Most Popular
Did we mention Bode had a great year? The brand's iconic quilt jackets were in-demand the second leaves started changing colors. Deveaux, another young NYC brand, also topped our list by way of its sensational F/W '20 collection.
Fall/Winter Archive Most Popular
Our Fall capsule of archive Prada pieces reigned supreme this year — and can you blame it? The brand's back-catalog includes some of the most iconic and practical pieces this century in luxury menswear. Revisit the full capsule over on the Seasons blog.