From olive branches and Corinthian vases to the whole mythological family of gods, the Greek Isles offered a wealth of inspiration for Clover Canyon’s Rozae Nichols. Moving away from her standard Neoprene looks, the designer incorporated a full range of fabrics in prints that felt dynamic. A hand-drawn Athena on a pleated gladiator skirt, for example, looked fresh in silk crepe, while a map-print dress featured cutouts and a bomber jacket, cropped top and tube skirt combo combined stripes with Grecian motifs.

From olive branches and Corinthian vases to the whole mythological family of gods, the Greek Isles offered a wealth of inspiration for Clover Canyon’s Rozae Nichols. Moving away from her standard Neoprene looks, the designer incorporated a full range of fabrics in prints that felt dynamic. A hand-drawn Athena on a pleated gladiator skirt, for example, looked fresh in silk crepe, while a map-print dress featured cutouts and a bomber jacket, cropped top and tube skirt combo combined stripes with Grecian motifs.

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