Maiyet continues to collaborate with artisans around the world. For spring, the label had Indian women based in Varanasi craft a textured silk fabric, done in a bright pink tone, which was used for a wrap miniskirt and a feminine slipdress trimmed in red. A fil coupe frock with adjustable drawstrings, an intarsia cotton and organza shirt, and a masculine viscose and silk coat with zigzag embroideries were also decorated in India. A sense of lightness infused most of the pieces, such as a fluid robe dress embellished with piping and layered over a silk fil coupe camisole and oversize pants, which contrasted with the thickness of pretty cotton sweaters hand knitted in Bolivia. While mainly comprised of solids, the collection also featured a block print that injected a graphic look onto a pink and white shirtdress cinched at the waist with a thin belt.

By  on September 8, 2016

Maiyet continues to collaborate with artisans around the world. For spring, the label had Indian women based in Varanasi craft a textured silk fabric, done in a bright pink tone, which was used for a wrap miniskirt and a feminine slipdress trimmed in red. A fil coupe frock with adjustable drawstrings, an intarsia cotton and organza shirt, and a masculine viscose and silk coat with zigzag embroideries were also decorated in India. A sense of lightness infused most of the pieces, such as a fluid robe dress embellished with piping and layered over a silk fil coupe camisole and oversize pants, which contrasted with the thickness of pretty cotton sweaters hand knitted in Bolivia. While mainly comprised of solids, the collection also featured a block print that injected a graphic look onto a pink and white shirtdress cinched at the waist with a thin belt.

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