For fall, Tess Giberson got to thinking about Arctic landscapes and the extremes that exist there, how they can be at once treacherous and beautifully serene. She parlayed the idea into a juxtaposition of textures, pairing chunky, fringed hand-knits and wool bouclé sweaters with pleated satin skirts and leather pieces in cream, silver and charcoal. Inuit prints, an homage to the region’s indigenous peoples, were subtly abstracted onto jacquard knits. Giberson’s girl will also have plenty of options to keep warm come fall — from puffy down parkas and fur-trimmed vests to cozy trimmings: cashmere crochet hats, legwarmers, gloves and scarves.

By  on February 11, 2015

For fall, Tess Giberson got to thinking about Arctic landscapes and the extremes that exist there, how they can be at once treacherous and beautifully serene. She parlayed the idea into a juxtaposition of textures, pairing chunky, fringed hand-knits and wool bouclé sweaters with pleated satin skirts and leather pieces in cream, silver and charcoal. Inuit prints, an homage to the region’s indigenous peoples, were subtly abstracted onto jacquard knits. Giberson’s girl will also have plenty of options to keep warm come fall — from puffy down parkas and fur-trimmed vests to cozy trimmings: cashmere crochet hats, legwarmers, gloves and scarves.

Tess Giberson RTW Fall 201522 Photos 

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