Calla Haynes looked back at the Nineties — particularly the supermodel phenomenon and the photography of Bruce Weber — for her joyful, girly collection. The wearable lineup included a neon pink tweed shiftdress made from paper yarns and a cute lilac silk tunic featuring delicate red floral embroideries.

The designer also channeled a California surf theme with wetsuit-style chunky zippers on a mint skater dress that featured a feminine pleated silk panel on the front, and on an elongated motorcycle jacket in a crinkled fabric printed with Japanese calligraphy resembling waves.

Calla Haynes looked back at the Nineties — particularly the supermodel phenomenon and the photography of Bruce Weber — for her joyful, girly collection. The wearable lineup included a neon pink tweed shiftdress made from paper yarns and a cute lilac silk tunic featuring delicate red floral embroideries.


The designer also channeled a California surf theme with wetsuit-style chunky zippers on a mint skater dress that featured a feminine pleated silk panel on the front, and on an elongated motorcycle jacket in a crinkled fabric printed with Japanese calligraphy resembling waves.

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