Carin Rodebjer’s aesthetic is situated in the intersection of arty minimalist and earth mother. Defined by languid silhouettes with generous proportions and a bohemianism that’s more clean than dirty, spring was an appealing if familiar version of the genre, in which Rachel Comey, The Row, Donna Karen in her zen mode, and Céline also dabble.
Rodebjer’s take was a bit homespun. Serene dresses and robelike garments in muted colors swung between monastic and eccentric depending on the fringed fabric treatments and colorful geometric prints. To accentuate the earthiness, she styled the lineup with giant wood platforms and ceramic bangles that looked like the models punched through mugs to wear them on their wrists.