With his first collection for Tse, creative director Brian Reyes is laying the groundwork for fall, looking to the works of Rachel Whiteread and the streets of New York City for inspiration. He said he “wanted to treat knitwear as a woven,” thus there were jacquard knit dresses and a double-faced cashmere cape, and he worked delicate silk in chain prints, “which were made to look like a knit” for long dresses.

With his first collection for Tse, creative director Brian Reyes is laying the groundwork for fall, looking to the works of Rachel Whiteread and the streets of New York City for inspiration. He said he “wanted to treat knitwear as a woven,” thus there were jacquard knit dresses and a double-faced cashmere cape, and he worked delicate silk in chain prints, “which were made to look like a knit” for long dresses.

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