just in: johnny hates jazz & rxmance

the two collections we’re launching today, from opposite sides of the world, liberally borrow inspiration from north american indigenous cultures and translate them into effortless clothing for women and men:

johnny hates jazz is choi ji-hyung’s secondary, younger line named after her favorite british pop band. the fall 2010 collection, entitled ‘dream of navajo’ incorporates indigenous patterns into prints and design details, noted in the ponchos, tops, and shoes. highlights are by far the leather sleeved shearling collar jacket, and the colorblocked wool blazer. we can’t get over the patterned heel booties either.

click here to shop johnny hates jazz.

rxmance takes a more abstracted and washed out approach in their use of indigenous imagery, but the results are still captivating. this season their ultra soft t-shirts feature prints with repeated instances of native american imagery, meant to explore its influences and effect upon contemporary life. other jersey separates such as the long cardigan and their graphic poncho are great additions to the mix as well.

click here to shop rxmance.


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