Velvet is turning out to be a front-runner trend for the season, and Tom Scott focused on the fabric “because it looks like hair,” he said. Thus, his lineup revolved around “hair culture” and he even staged his show at the Beauty Bar. The whimsical and witty collection featured pom-pom sweaters inspired by hair buns, loopy infinity scarves that resembled dreadlocks and slouchy cashmere ponchos that stemmed from “that cape you wear at the salon,” explained Scott. And while he noted that he emphasized texture, not shape, the main draw for his clothes continues to be his unconventional knitwear proportions — extra-long sleeves, asymmetric drapes and so on.

 

Velvet is turning out to be a front-runner trend for the season, and Tom Scott focused on the fabric “because it looks like hair,” he said. Thus, his lineup revolved around “hair culture” and he even staged his show at the Beauty Bar. The whimsical and witty collection featured pom-pom sweaters inspired by hair buns, loopy infinity scarves that resembled dreadlocks and slouchy cashmere ponchos that stemmed from “that cape you wear at the salon,” explained Scott. And while he noted that he emphasized texture, not shape, the main draw for his clothes continues to be his unconventional knitwear proportions — extra-long sleeves, asymmetric drapes and so on.

 

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