Perhaps it is time for us to shine bright and charm the world. This is what most designers are thinking right now. And we are sharing a well-established designer’s words: “Sexy! Sexy for sure, right? Haven’t we been waiting a lot of time to be sexy? I just figured this is what I imagined what life on the other side would be. I imagined getting dressed — keeping the sportiness and all that — but getting dressed.” — Cynthia Rowley
The energy at the show was joyful, optimistic, and celebratory resonating with the young influencers that turned out en masse. The collection incorporates a nod to Y2K, the brand’s signature sports aesthetic while dressing it up in delicate prints and watercolor feathers.
Jewels are layered throughout, in rhinestone-covered mesh, with cabochons dangling from body-skimming minis, and chunky stone jewelry worn as necklaces, rings, anklets, and belts.
Voluminous skirts and dresses in luxe fabrics float with movement. Quilted pajamas and layers that resemble sleeping bags feel cozy while meant to be worn out at night. The looks are accessorized with brightly colored satin bags, oversized bow sandals, and 3-D printed wedges, as a more sustainable solution to producing shoes.
The collection includes puffer jackets and snowsuits made for wintry conditions on the slopes, and surf and swim gear perfect for adventures in warmer climates, combining Northern and Southern hemispheres co-existing in a global market.
Wetsuits, which are at the helm of the brand, focus further on sustainability this season, made from recycled materials and produced in limited quantities. Denim was collaboratively made with Midheaven Denim.