A sepia moonscape backdrop set the tone for a shiny, spacey A/W collection from Organic by John Patrick. The Autumn/Winter season has officially kicked off in NYC, and the slushy snow piles all over the city serve as a harsh reminder of the necessary warmth in layering. Designer John Patrick layered like a pro this season, creating a feminine, eco-friendly collection that offers lots of mix-and-match options. Most of the collection featured cozy layers worn over crisp, white, turtleneck blouses. The minimalist tops worked as a perfect base underneath oversized sweaters and utilitarian jumpsuits, adding an extra layer of tailored dimension. An oversized quilting took a familiar texture to a new level (stopping just short of looking mattress-like) in short-sleeved sweatshirts and shorts, while warm knits peeked out from beneath billowing, sleeveless jackets. Raincoat-esque transparent plastic appeared in the form of a pleated skirt and jacket, the shiny, pseudo-invisible layer looking very appealing on a wet day like today. White-on-white, silver accents, and big shapes made this collection futuristic and sleek, white romantic circle skirts and luxe winter textures provided a nod to John Patrick’s soft aesthetic.
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