For Spring/Summer 2018, menswear label Maiden Noir brought its balmy hues and soft-focus aesthetic to the NYFW stage. This season, the Seattle-based imprint takes a shift from last year’s Georgia O’Keeffe-inspired collection, and continues its theme of famous painters with a range that channels David Hockney’s famous poolside paintings. Tapping into the style of late ’60s California, the range boasts a cozy array of slinky lounge shirts, sun-faded hues and loose-fitting but well-tailored silhouettes. A medley of rayon, tie-dyed camouflage and parachute fabrics remix simple sportswear and classic menswear cuts. Pops of lime green and orange visit a sun-faded palette, while a strong range of outerwear pieces offer versatile transition options for any essentials closet.
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