I’m quite late with posting this collection, but it’s one of my favorites so far, so I’m showing it to you anyway.
According to WWD, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the designers behind the brand, were inspired by “West Coast mid-century furniture designers and Arte Povera, the late Sixties movement based on simplicity and nature.” This was translated in the tops, long tunics, loose trousers and coats with their simple structure as well as in the earthy shades. I particularly liked the skirts, which were embellished with pleats in gold and silvery tones. And who can forget the gorgeous shoes (see them here).
All in all, a clean, minimalistic, cutting edge collection.
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