• Bold black and white blocking, featured on silk dresses or crisp knitwear, creates new visual layouts that offer a pure, reduced approach to pattern. Far from simple, these clothes prove that decoration, can in fact, come in a fresh, new, colorless guise. 

    A sophisticated game of correspondence, for example, plays out on a loosened silk dress that has been divided from front to back, and side to side, into black and white quarters. The same bold graphic effect works on two-piece separates, as silk knits and double face cotton A-line skirts cut below the knee. Revived in their design, they become new neutrals of the season. 

    Two-tone Pieces

    An Interplay of Opposites

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    • Using twisted silk yarns knitted into horizontal configurations, the sweaters feature a dense, crisp surface that feels freshly technical. Interplay of opposites epitomizes the graphic approach and mindfully outlines the silhouette.

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    • Two-tone pieces can be worn together, or effortlessly broken down and assimilated into an existing wardrobe. They easily pair with vivid colors or patterns and are destined to become wardrobe staples which stand the test of time.