The work of Ettore Sottsass, a founder of the Memphis design movement, and the creations of the legendary Claire McCardell served as the starting point for Nolan Bellavance and Ava Hama’s fresh and wearable collection.

Stripes were everywhere, from cotton patchwork knee-length dresses to a more masculine, graphic suit. The collection also included sophisticated knitwear, including a baby blue short-sleeve summer coat with tuxedo lapels worn over a slit-front ribbed dress.

The work of Ettore Sottsass, a founder of the Memphis design movement, and the creations of the legendary Claire McCardell served as the starting point for Nolan Bellavance and Ava Hama’s fresh and wearable collection.


Stripes were everywhere, from cotton patchwork knee-length dresses to a more masculine, graphic suit. The collection also included sophisticated knitwear, including a baby blue short-sleeve summer coat with tuxedo lapels worn over a slit-front ribbed dress.

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