Photos of a young Frida Kahlo, plus the work of Rudolf Steiner and Viviane Sassen, played into Kristy Caylor’s pre-fall collection for Maiyet. Silhouettes were defined by an updated take on the Forties with slim bias-cut dresses and men’s wear touches that bore the label’s signature artisanal ethos via embroideries on shirt cuffs and collars. Caylor made a push for the casual with raw-edged denim handwoven in India, as well as the fanciful with a skirt covered in chunky paillettes.

Photos of a young Frida Kahlo, plus the work of Rudolf Steiner and Viviane Sassen, played into Kristy Caylor’s pre-fall collection for Maiyet. Silhouettes were defined by an updated take on the Forties with slim bias-cut dresses and men’s wear touches that bore the label’s signature artisanal ethos via embroideries on shirt cuffs and collars. Caylor made a push for the casual with raw-edged denim handwoven in India, as well as the fanciful with a skirt covered in chunky paillettes.

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