I grew up in the city; I transferred from Brearley to Trinity for high school, and then at Brown, I started working in the theatre department. For a little while I considered becoming a writer, but I just couldn’t do it. Everything I had went back to sewing, sketching, I always saw things through the lens of design and clothing. I majored in Art History and all of that imagery—Klimt with his patterns and Whistler with the cut on the body, it all brought me back to the female form and clothing. You’re going to see a really feminine ethereal spring collection in a really soft, feminine palette, and you’re going to see a mix of fluid drapery and really soft, architectural form.For the full article, click here.
(pic courtesy of FWD, Lyn Devon F/W 2006)