Often the anecdotes and inspirations behind collections are what intrigue us the most, and M.i.h Jeans Creative Director Chloe Lonsdale never fails to set the stage. Her most recent pre-fall assortment drew influences from the folk music scene of the '60s and '70s. Musicians Joan Baez and Mimi Fariña served as design muses, circled around a palette of rusty, burnt colors and free-spirited prints like paisley and stripes.
The silhouettes—which felt authentic to M.i.h—included a front-slit denim pencil skirt, cropped pants kicked out at the ankle, and a vertical-stripe boho frock that feels destined for the fields of a music festival. What stood out most to us was the white trumpet-sleeve blouse that a hanger doesn’t do justice—a spring street style moment waiting to be had, indeed.
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