Graphic minimalism is a tenet that Nicole and Michael Colovos know well, much like the work of their muse this season, artist Wade Guyton, whose canvases inspired the duo’s linear brushstroke prints and clean silhouettes. Done primarily in black and white, the collection had a decidedly Nineties feel to it with blazers cut sharply in contrast to the slouchy bottoms, while dresses were slit to there for a dash of sex appeal.

This was a wearable, cool lineup, punctuated this season with the addition of handbags. These included clutches and oversized satchels that paired nicely with the stingray slides and bandage pumps.

Graphic minimalism is a tenet that Nicole and Michael Colovos know well, much like the work of their muse this season, artist Wade Guyton, whose canvases inspired the duo’s linear brushstroke prints and clean silhouettes. Done primarily in black and white, the collection had a decidedly Nineties feel to it with blazers cut sharply in contrast to the slouchy bottoms, while dresses were slit to there for a dash of sex appeal.


This was a wearable, cool lineup, punctuated this season with the addition of handbags. These included clutches and oversized satchels that paired nicely with the stingray slides and bandage pumps.

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