A mash-up of inspirations infused Christian Niessen and Nicole Lachelle’s latest collection, including Berlin-based band Suns of Thyme and Gerhard Richter’s use of Photoshop, the latter reflected in colorful stripes on some fabrics.

“That was our way of dealing with ‘psychedelic’ in a very organized way,” said Niessen, adding a large part of the collection is of Japanese cottons cut on the bias — among the label’s signatures.

Suns of Thyme performed live for the presentation, and also modeled the clothes.

A mash-up of inspirations infused Christian Niessen and Nicole Lachelle’s latest collection, including Berlin-based band Suns of Thyme and Gerhard Richter’s use of Photoshop, the latter reflected in colorful stripes on some fabrics.

“That was our way of dealing with ‘psychedelic’ in a very organized way,” said Niessen, adding a large part of the collection is of Japanese cottons cut on the bias — among the label’s signatures.

Suns of Thyme performed live for the presentation, and also modeled the clothes.

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