Ditching the psychedelic, surrealist prints, a vibrant, wavy pattern of the renowned Scandinavian interior designer Verner Panton is printed on to the ready-to-wear collection to electrify the muted base colors. “I wanted a collection which was really fresh, and about color. So we looked to [his] estate, and asked for permission to use the prints digitally, rescale them and blow them up,” explained the famed Antwerp designer in a recent interview. Opting for an optimistic, kaleidoscopic palette to create an illusory, retro-futuristic aesthetic, the curvy patterns are positioned in an orderly fashion on the co-labeled silk summer shirts, pants and on small leather goods.
Inspired by Peter Tosh‘s mesh marina tank, the fashion house launches its own series of see-through tops. Pairing with joggers adorned with eye-catching side tapes, the linen knit long sleeves crewneck and tank tone down the look with its ashy desert color schemes. Key elements of the Belgian label’s summer collection also include garments and accessories in a ruffled polyurethane-coated nylon as well as sandals with two-toned Velcro straps and rugged outsole which complete the easy-to-wear, holiday outfit.