Brazil, through the lens of photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe in the late Forties, set the tone for Scott Sternberg’s playful spring Band of Outsiders lineup. Specifically, the designer looked to the country’s Tropicália art and music movement of that time. He worked graphics such as palm trees for a breezy black-and-white summer dress, and a subtle seersucker print on a silk sheath with crisscross grosgrain detailing. A cape with ladybug embroidery, part of his collaboration with Mackintosh, added to the charm.

Brazil, through the lens of photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe in the late Forties, set the tone for Scott Sternberg’s playful spring Band of Outsiders lineup. Specifically, the designer looked to the country’s Tropicália art and music movement of that time. He worked graphics such as palm trees for a breezy black-and-white summer dress, and a subtle seersucker print on a silk sheath with crisscross grosgrain detailing. A cape with ladybug embroidery, part of his collaboration with Mackintosh, added to the charm.

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