Many designers reinvent themselves so often that they lack brand identity, but that is definitely not Lisa Perry’s style. She has created a pop-art world for herself, starting with her home and trickling down to her collection. Each season she shows Mod-inspired A-line dresses with geometric prints that are fun and playful.
For fall, Perry continued her Sixties journey, but in a more modern way. Influenced by the architecture of New York City, she worked with the lines and shapes she sees through the window of her new studio space overlooking the Queensboro Bridge. The result: pants in an optic-swirl pattern paired with a Mongolian lamb top that was a little extreme, alongside plenty of cute A-line dresses. Most noteworthy were a circular cutout gown in gray and orange and a series of graphic-print dresses with leather insets.