Fabrics: washed silk, doubled chiffon, felted wool for outerwear, rich hand-knit.

Cut: wrapped dresses with dangling belts and hems; draped, and bias-cut shapes.

Style: mix-and-match staple pieces (camisoles, silk cargo pants, throw-on sweaters) and the raw edges on select garments.

Good to know: Pieces upcycled from extra fabrics. Riffing on the collection’s water theme, she sewed together wave-shaped bits of silk or wool to produce a variety of looks, accessible in shape, with a distinctive visual effect.

Info source: Vogue

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