Maiden Noir has become synonymous with producing collections influenced by natural landscapes, specifically that of the Pacific Northwest, and the Seattle-based brand remains guided by this theme in its new Spring/Summer 2019 “Tie-Dye Series” capsule.
The limited range features staple jersey pieces that have been washed in pastel combinations of green and lavender, conjuring up the likeness of a watercolor painting. T-shirts, socks and sweatshirts are included in the selection, which have all been individually hand-painted to lend a unique color to each item. The “Block” jersey tees are offered in long-sleeved and short-sleeved silhouettes for variety, with the shorter version featuring a chest pocket as an additional detail.
Helming up the cozier options are the natural-dyed fleece hoodie and crewneck, crafted in a classic cotton jersey in line with the balance of the assortment. The brightly patterned calf-length socks have been constructed with ribbing and come stamped with Maiden Noir’s logo on the footbed to round it all out.
Ranging in price from $22 USD for the socks and up to $220 USD for the hoodie, the “Tie-Dye Series” is available to shop now from select retailers, as well as Maiden Noir’s website and the label’s Da Da Da Gallery space.
For more tie-dye focused drops, browse through Union LA’s graphic-heavy SS19 release.