Crochet has re-emerged from its groovy glory days in the ‘60s and ‘70s. From lace knits to woven cutouts, the element of detail gives these monochromatic stitches the appeal of interest. Fashion’s modern take on a traditional craft aesthetic inspired us to take the trend back to its bohemian roots in the California desert. For the style that favors texture and intricate stitching, we embraced the chic simplicity of color blocking with bold accessories that stand out amidst sand and cacti. Statement metals reflect the sun’s rays while long locks revive visions of the free-spirited lovers of the handmade and Earth-grown.
From runway to
crochet is no longer
on the fringe.
The Invisible House

was erected on a private estate in the Mojave Desert, situated on the skirts of famed hippie hotspot Joshua Tree. Architect Tomas Osinski designed the home for illustrious film producer Chris Hanley and his wife Roberta. Known for such films as “American Psycho,” “Spring Breakers” and “The Virgin Suicides,” it’s no wonder they opted for an architectural treasure that drew inspiration from the monolith in Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi classic “2001: A Space Odyssey.” The mirrored walls blend the home into its natural, and contradictory, surroundings. Sleek angles and a glistening reflection are contrasted by the rugged characteristics of ancient desert terrain, like a watery mirage on dry land.

This shoot became an exploration in contrast. Just as the minimalist refinement of The Invisible House juxtaposes the timeworn terrain, this collection blends an ancient technique with a contemporary polish.
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Lesia Two Toned Crochet Dress


Atti Crochet Cut-Out Dress


Aloha Crochet Cut-Out Dress


Nemy Cut-Out Crochet Dress


Blaise Crochet Maxi Dress


Lyfa Crochet Cut-Out Dress


Laguna Crochet Scallop Dress


Ethelyn Cut-Out Mini Dress


Mojave Embroidered Three Piece Set

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