Abigail Lorick said her girl is “letting go and getting to her roots,” which translated into softer silhouettes, light (at times translucent) fabrics and sweet languid and layered looks in a subtle palette, plus hand-painted grid and line prints inspired by minimalist painter Agnes Martin.

Abigail Lorick said her girl is “letting go and getting to her roots,” which translated into softer silhouettes, light (at times translucent) fabrics and sweet languid and layered looks in a subtle palette, plus hand-painted grid and line prints inspired by minimalist painter Agnes Martin.

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