Maiden Noir Taps Vintage Military Workwear for Its 2017 Spring/Summer Collection
A color palette inspired by the landscape paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe.
New York Fashion Week: Men’s is now in full swing and Maiden Noir recently unveiled its 2017 menswear lineup for the warmer seasons that culled inspiration from ’40s and ’50s military workwear. As a whole, the collection featured loose-fitting garments with deconstructed jackets, overcoats and pleated pants. The Seattle-based label took to the landscape paintings of iconic American artist, Georgia O’Keeffe, to conjure a color palette that consists of dark greens, warm pinks and cool blues.
Head over to Maiden Noir’s official website to view past collections and check out its 2016 spring/summer lookbook, here.