“It’s a very buy now, wear now collection, but also ‘buy now, where now’ in terms of wherever you’re going and want to be. It’s not a very weather-specific collection,” designer Sarah Staudinger mentioned over Zoom.
For resort, the designer emphasised the significance of constant to combine trendy, technical materials with glossy parts, juxtaposed with pure supplies. For occasion, raffia pockets and collars (additionally seen combined into purses and footwear), basket weave-inspired knits, contrasting crochet trim and leather-based accents on technical nylon separates. These utilitarian-inspired silhouettes and particulars (pockets, zippers) fashionably nodded to spending time open air whereas an excellent bloom poppy print and cheeky little three-piece polar fleece set with nylon trim and “bad surfer tattoo” turtle motifs swimming throughout the separates with rhinestone “surfer sandals” nodded to the designer’s California dwelling.
“We tried to touch on everything…there’s something for everybody. From a camping trip to a black-tie moment; from the mountains to the beach, there’s something for everybody, and all the moments in between.”
The look: True to the Staud DNA, the gathering provided refreshing playful fashions for the lady who’s prepared for an journey.
Quote of observe: “The collection is really about adventure time. Doing things, getting out there, and this reconnection and appreciation for life and all of its earthly delights. Our girl this season, she’s ready to go, optimistic and she’s ‘on the bus,’ as we like to say.”
Key items: Utilitarian-inspired separates: denim, a brief cargo gown, a grosgrain maxiskirt with massive pockets and matching rhinestone-trimmed jersey tube prime or frivolously quilted white skirt set. Basket-weave-inspired knit attire and two-piece units; spacedye, colourful knits; two full-length, poppy-print emblazoned fluid organza robes. In equipment, an abundance of newness, similar to glossy leather-based boots (thigh-high and barely scrunched or knee-high with zippers down the entrance), new ‘acute’ shoulder luggage, strappy sandals and hobo luggage with wrapped handles.
The takeaway: Wherever the Staud lady is adventuring, she’s doing so in versatile, cool model.