The Pacific Northwest forest inspired Jeremy Laing, who used tree moss as a print for a column dress, and coyote and beaver as trim on square-cut wool jackets treated to look like leather, in a collection that was more sophisticated than granola.

 

The Pacific Northwest forest inspired Jeremy Laing, who used tree moss as a print for a column dress, and coyote and beaver as trim on square-cut wool jackets treated to look like leather, in a collection that was more sophisticated than granola.

 

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