The place where artists go to find themselves and lose themselves. A setting for the imagination to run completely wild.
Autumn/Winter 2018 brought us both back into the studio after a creative hiatus, a much needed return to our artistic truths.
We drew inspiration from the 1960s and 70s, a distinguishing era of creativity, freedom of expression, and political activism. Through this lens we worked to capture the punk rock and bohemian spirit and style that had inspired us both for years.
We stumbled upon Austrian artist Egon Schiele’s expressive renderings of the female form, and the moody, hazy 70s photography of David Hamilton, inspiring our color palette of mustard yellows, antique browns, bone whites, and blackest navys.
We pulled architectural design elements from Irving Penn’s still life series, and were emboldened by Juergen Teller’s strong use of flash to capture his subjects.
We channeled the spirits of strong female muses like Jane Birkin, Patti Smith, and Talitha Getty in designing our three signature styles.
This season was inspired by and is dedicated to the Artist, the one that lives inside each and every one of us and can return to the studio at any time.