Virginie Muys and sisters Priscilla and Deborah Royer started Pièce D’Anarchive exclusively as a knitwear collection. For spring, their third season, the designers added a few dresses, flowing skirts and T-shirts, worked in delicate white guipure and pleated chiffon. They all looked great, as did their intricate knits, this time done with subtle athletic details. Neon yellow touches were used as piping on the collar of a shirt and on inside-out jacquard sweaters. Their play on texture was worked on a knit varsity jacket meant to look like tweed.

Virginie Muys and sisters Priscilla and Deborah Royer started Pièce D’Anarchive exclusively as a knitwear collection. For spring, their third season, the designers added a few dresses, flowing skirts and T-shirts, worked in delicate white guipure and pleated chiffon. They all looked great, as did their intricate knits, this time done with subtle athletic details. Neon yellow touches were used as piping on the collar of a shirt and on inside-out jacquard sweaters. Their play on texture was worked on a knit varsity jacket meant to look like tweed.

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