For fall, Marcia Patmos aimed to provide “luxe layers that you can wear in a million ways.”
— February 18, 2016
Marcia Patmos took a trip to Cuba for spring, diverting a bit from her usual cozy, neutral-hued territory.
— September 17, 2015
Practicality was on Marcia Patmo' mind for resort as she offered up a collection of loungewear and outerwear with November travel in mind.
— June 11, 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.
— February 13, 2015
Marcia Patmos cited a wide range of pre-fall influences, among them Thirties and Forties gangsters, and artisanal textiles from Madagascar and Bolivia.
— January 5, 2015
Collaborating with New York artist Ryan McGinness, Patmos played with layering and graphic motifs.
— September 3, 2014
For resort, Marcia Patmos envisioned an “Upper East Side woman who goes to Bushwick Open Studios for an opening.”
— May 30, 2014
The designer brought elements of Thirties Art Deco into her wearable — and saleable — fall collection.
— February 5, 2014
Marcia Patmos delivered a relaxed pre-fall collection comprised mostly of very wearable separates worked in luxurious fabrics.
— January 8, 2014
“A ladylike woman who borrows her husband’s clothes.” That was Marcia Patmos’ idea behind her collection.
— February 6, 2013