With a palette focused on the warm neutral colors camel, ginger, brown, gold, red, maroon and silhouettes borrowed from casual attire and sportswear, dressing for “everyday” is as simple as a coat over a dress, a sweater with pants or the casual polish of a track suit.
Character and identity as expressed through accessories:
Shoes range from rustic to smart in both rugged and waxed or antiqued and high polished leathers.
Casual and practical handbags in supple waxed pythons, vinyl looking leathers, and naturally tanned leathers get a graphic treatment through stitch details, color blocking and contrast border and bindings.
Amped up gold jewelry provides the glam and celebrates my collaboration with artist Urs Fischer whose charming, sculpted and gilded mice pendants swing from heavy gold chains.
Pumped up hats by Stephen Jones take their cues from the haberdashery and elegance of Andre 3000.
Beauty takes an individual approach tailored to the character of each model. Statement nails add a fabulous flourish and finish.
The show itself is a simple presentation of all these thoughts culminating in an urban landscape documented by legendary New York photographer Joel Meyerowitz.