Inspired by architect Walter Gropius’ residence in Massachusetts, Tess Giberson played with the juxtaposition of the clean, modern lines his Bauhaus design is known for against the crafty, artisanal hand he displayed in his home. She translated her inspiration with a cool and edgy mix of lush textured knits, macramé tops and dresses, a fur vest, a mixed-yarn jacquard bomber jacket and a bright red pleated dress.

 

Red was the only accent color the designer used amid a sea of black and white, as she paired crafty pieces with lean, linear trousers and skirts that had an effortlessly modern appeal.

By  on June 3, 2015

Inspired by architect Walter Gropius’ residence in Massachusetts, Tess Giberson played with the juxtaposition of the clean, modern lines his Bauhaus design is known for against the crafty, artisanal hand he displayed in his home. She translated her inspiration with a cool and edgy mix of lush textured knits, macramé tops and dresses, a fur vest, a mixed-yarn jacquard bomber jacket and a bright red pleated dress.

 

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