The Women's Spring / Summer 20 collection was inspired by a trip to the Integratron in Joshua Tree, both in a conceptual and literal sense. There, sound baths produce sonic energy that, imagined visually, manifests as pattern without true form.
Given that experience, it felt appropriate to utilize dye processes that produce irregular pattern. The majority of artwork in this collection feels ambient. A dusty light color palette reflects a long walk through the desert; colors appear bleached out by the sun and covered with a fine layer of dust.
The collection features easy dresses to suit hot climates, a light colored denim range, and shorts for a hike through the park. A hand dyed polar fleece and nylon jacket reflect the desert climate, where temperatures drop drastically at night and the sky, free from light pollution, opens up dramatically to the stars.
Our lookbook was shot on location at the Doolittle House in Joshua Tree. As described in Architectural Digest—"Designed by architect Kendrick Bangs Kellogg in the 1980s, the 4,643-square-foot home rises up out of the California desert like an arachnid, its stony spines hovering in the landscape like a UFO just about to settle down. "