This story first appeared in the November 2, 2009 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.
The hippie tie-dye T-shirts of the Sixties have morphed into a fresh crop of patterned looks. Dip-dye-inspired prints are turning up on pieces such as kimonos, bras and tunics for spring.
MODEL: NELL/TRUMP; HAIR AND MAKEUP BY KERRI URBAN FOR ARTISTSBYTIMOTHYPRIANO.COM; SET DESIGN BY AMY LOMACCHIO; PAINTING BY TYLER RESTY; FASHION ASSISTANT: JENNA GROESCH; AGNESA RINGS