Lucio Castro’s fall collection made the eye wander. If one wasn’t taking in the rich color palette, which was made up of earth tones complemented by acid green and burgundy, one was inspecting the fabrics and custom prints, which ranged from a foil-printed plaid knit to handpainted stripes.

 

Photographs of Stonehenge hippies from the Nineties helped create this psych rock-inflected offering, which featured models wearing turtlenecks layered under button-up shirts and cardigans with roomy trousers and culottes that looked like skirts.

 

Highlights included the puffer cardigan, the double cashmere coat and the hefty wallet chains, which were created by Haze, who also provided the eyewear. It was a collection of special pieces that looked great together, but could also stand out on their own.

By  on February 2, 2016

Lucio Castro's fall collection made the eye wander. If one wasn't taking in the rich color palette, which was made up of earth tones complemented by acid green and burgundy, one was inspecting the fabrics and custom prints, which ranged from a foil-printed plaid knit to handpainted stripes. Photographs of Stonehenge hippies from the Nineties helped create this psych rock-inflected offering, which featured models wearing turtlenecks layered under button-up shirts and cardigans with roomy trousers and culottes that looked like skirts. Highlights included the puffer cardigan, the double cashmere coat and the hefty wallet chains, which were created by Haze, who also provided the eyewear. It was a collection of special pieces that looked great together, but could also stand out on their own.

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