M.Patmos Fall 2012: Wrap Skirts and Wooden Baubles
The Scene: Designer Marcia Patmos drew inspiration from Edward S. Curtis' book The Women, a volume packed with portraits of Native American women from the early 1900s. In keeping with the layered patterns and fabrics they favored, Patmos (formerly of beloved knitwear label Lutz & Patmos) turned this season's collection into a true celebration of texture.
The Look: Models wore striped sweaters, chunky scarves and fantastic fur beanies. Pieces splashed with a black-and-white striped check pattern contrasted nicely with several juicy fuchsia styles. And Patmos showed some of the best iterations of the wrap skirt we've seen in several seasons.
Pieces We Want: We can't stop thinking about those half-leather, halr-tweed "Pas de Deux" skirts. And the sleek cuffs, collars and earrings made from reclaimed wood—a collaboration with Ten Thousand Things—were completely eco-cool.
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