It’s been 20 years since Daryl Kerrigan launched Daryl K, her edgy, downtown New York label with the cult following to match. In the two decades since, she’s typically worked that aesthetic in a black and slate palette, but for spring she took a refreshing leap with vibrant, abstract prints. In a collaboration with multimedia artist Spencer Sweeney, the striking imagery injected silk blouses and jumpsuits with a fresh energy. The prints were also used on a new casual, fluid dress that Kerrigan coined the “jumpdress,” which seemed perfectly suited for a walk down the Bowery.

It’s been 20 years since Daryl Kerrigan launched Daryl K, her edgy, downtown New York label with the cult following to match. In the two decades since, she’s typically worked that aesthetic in a black and slate palette, but for spring she took a refreshing leap with vibrant, abstract prints. In a collaboration with multimedia artist Spencer Sweeney, the striking imagery injected silk blouses and jumpsuits with a fresh energy. The prints were also used on a new casual, fluid dress that Kerrigan coined the “jumpdress,” which seemed perfectly suited for a walk down the Bowery.

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