Wednesday, December 2, 2009
From Style.com: Tibi, Peter Pilotti, Proenza Schouler, Calvin Klein
“There’s something about tie-dye that speaks to everyone,” says Tory Burch, in a recent story on Style.com.“It’s a little nostalgic but also feels modern.” If Blumarine’s caftan belongs cheerfully in the former camp, Proenza Schouler gave the dyeing technique new life by applying it to sleek and of-the-moment active-sports styles. Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte, meanwhile, pieced together ragged, postapocalyptic looks using fabric usually associated with long-haired flower children. Read the rest of the story here.