Digitally drafted and hand-knit sweater using stranded knitting methods // red bias cut trim on layered heavyweight denim skirt
Overalls with cut-out red and yellow vinyl half-moons sewn onto pale blue stretch denim straps // red denim squiggle detail integrated into side seams // pale pink faux fur mock neck sleeveless top
Hand-embroidered doodle design in red silk thread on organza shift dress // asymmetrical heavyweight cotton top featuring wavy seams and tie details // pale blue stretch faux fur high-waisted shorts
Hand-embroidered doodle design in white silk thread on lightweight satin tearaway pants // lightweight chiffon top with side tie detail
White heavyweight cotton dress with cutout details, red bias cut trim, and satin and vinyl patch details at the back // pale pink mesh mock neck dress with gathered sleeves and waist, with branded detail in vinyl on the chest
The custom textiles used in the S/S 2019 collection focus on the varying tactile qualities of different fabrics, and allow for an exploration of the balance found through an unexpected combination of materials. As a result, the collection explores the importance of the three-dimensional feeling of a garment, a quality often lost within the age of digital printing, drawing inspiration from a wide array of sources, including vintage carpets and Matisse’s cutouts.