M.Patmos Resort 2016

M.Patmos Resort 2016

Practicality was on Marcia Patmo' mind for resort as she offered up a collection of loungewear and outerwear with November travel in mind.

M. Patmos RTW Fall 2015

M.Patmos RTW Fall 2015

Marcia Patmos always uses the most beautiful knits in the finest and most luxurious yarns for her label, and for fall she did not disappoint.

M. Patmos Pre-Fall 2015

M. Patmos Pre-Fall 2015

Marcia Patmos cited a wide range of pre-fall influences, among them Thirties and Forties gangsters, and artisanal textiles from Madagascar and Bolivia.

M. Patmos RTW Spring 2015

M. Patmos RTW Spring 2015

Collaborating with New York artist Ryan McGinness, Patmos played with layering and graphic motifs.

M. Patmos Resort 2015

M. Patmos Resort 2015

For resort, Marcia Patmos envisioned an “Upper East Side woman who goes to Bushwick Open Studios for an opening.”

M. Patmos RTW Fall 2014

M. Patmos RTW Fall 2014

The designer brought elements of Thirties Art Deco into her wearable — and saleable — fall collection.

M. Patmos Pre-Fall 2014

M. Patmos Pre-Fall 2014

Marcia Patmos delivered a relaxed pre-fall collection comprised mostly of very wearable separates worked in luxurious fabrics.

M. Patmos RTW Fall 2013

M. Patmos RTW Fall 2013

“A ladylike woman who borrows her husband’s clothes.” That was Marcia Patmos’ idea behind her collection.

M. Patmos Resort 2013

M. Patmos Resort 2013

In Marcia Patmos’ resort lineup, leather jackets were a standout.

M. Patmos RTW Fall 2012

M. Patmos RTW Fall 2012

While she’s known for her knitwear, Marcia Patmos’s fall collection was so much more.