Erin Beatty unveiled Rentrayage‘s Fall collection at a West Village cafe, harmonizing with the venue’s vibrant atmosphere. The line prominently featured reinvented denim, a testament to the brand’s proficiency in adapting this American classic. Emphasizing the brand’s commitment to sustainability, Beatty blended the denim with premium leftover wool suit fabrics from Italy.
This season’s standout designs included a reimagined denim turned into a high-waisted skirt with cotton ruffle details and a tweed blazer adorned with a denim bustier silhouette reminiscent of traditional equestrian wear. Other remarkable pieces included a trench coat meshed with a tweed blazer and a plaid coat with a detachable quilted vest, all channeling a design aesthetic reminiscent of Japanese creators but with Beatty’s distinct touch.
The collection also boasted casual items in robust caramel cotton twill and exquisite floral fabrics in black and yellow, which Beatty skillfully combined to craft layered ruffle dresses and skirts. Her vision for the season was clear: to design high-end, desirable fashion that resonates with consumers, emphasizing the allure of investment-worthy pieces.