Lyndsey Butler’s collections for Veda continue to evolve and expand beyond leather wear. For fall, she juxtaposed boyish, tailored jackets and suiting — a few looks nodding to a subtle equestrian theme — with looser, unstructured knits and silk slipdresses.

 

Shying away from prints this season, Butler instead focused on bright, solid colors and mixed textures, and introduced velvets, tweeds and wools into the lineup for the first time. Most pieces had a cool retro appeal — a brown patent leather croc-embossed jacket with a blue fur collar channeled the Seventies — with a bold palette drawn from the landscape paintings of Lebanese-American artist Etel Adnan.

By  on February 10, 2016

Lyndsey Butler’s collections for Veda continue to evolve and expand beyond leather wear. For fall, she juxtaposed boyish, tailored jackets and suiting — a few looks nodding to a subtle equestrian theme — with looser, unstructured knits and silk slipdresses.

 

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