We look to the ‘70s and the pioneering work of Op-Art painter Bridget Riley for our inspiration for the season. Her portraits of color inspired these pieces, which are part of a modern, urban wardrobe for a woman who is unafraid of standing out.

It’s all in the details with soft-puff sleeves, micro-rib textures and bolder proportions. The color palette we chose creates painterly blocks of richly pigmented hues, including deep amethyst, vivid coral, golden olive, and optic pairings of crisp black and ivory.

Banded stripes feel modern and retro all at once.

The shirred puff sleeve transforms our favorite crewneck.
The shirred puff sleeve transforms our favorite crewneck.


Soft shoulders gently change the proportions.
Soft shoulders gently change the proportions.


Inspiration

Bridget Riley was a pioneering artist of the Op Art movement, which began in the ‘60s and evolved throughout the ‘70s. Riley’s exploration of the interaction between black, white, and saturated pure colors created canvases with a sense of depth and movement. Her use of color inspires this collection, signifying a new way to wear color as part of the modern-urban wardrobe, by a woman unafraid to stand out.

CREDITS: Photographer, Ryan Slack. Styling, Haley Loewenthal. Talent, Zarina Nares.

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