For pre-fall, Tse’s design team drew from the work of Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt in the Sixties. They were artists and friends with different styles — Hesse’s work was more sculptural; LeWitt’s more linear. That tension was played with via interesting pattern and color, Hesse’s work riffed on through subtle wave patterns rendered in a soft palette on sweaters and coats. LeWitt’s ethos came through in gridded color-blocked sweaters that infused the otherwise understated lineup with a playful sophistication.

By  on December 8, 2015

For pre-fall, Tse’s design team drew from the work of Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt in the Sixties. They were artists and friends with different styles — Hesse’s work was more sculptural; LeWitt’s more linear. That tension was played with via interesting pattern and color, Hesse’s work riffed on through subtle wave patterns rendered in a soft palette on sweaters and coats. LeWitt’s ethos came through in gridded color-blocked sweaters that infused the otherwise understated lineup with a playful sophistication.

Tse Pre-Fall 201623 Photos 

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