Photos: Matthew Furtado  "For this collection I took inspiration from the peacock style of Swinging London in the 1960s―specifically the period when the Mod movement began transitioning into psychedelia. Some of the fabric patterns were custom made and based on my own illustrations, many of which include season-appropriate motifs like butterflies and lotus flowers. The collection is my idealization of springtime: happiness and leisure, but also dignity and poise."

Photos: Matthew Furtado

"For this collection I took inspiration from the peacock style of Swinging London in the 1960s―specifically the period when the Mod movement began transitioning into psychedelia. Some of the fabric patterns were custom made and based on my own illustrations, many of which include season-appropriate motifs like butterflies and lotus flowers. The collection is my idealization of springtime: happiness and leisure, but also dignity and poise."

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 Photos: Matthew Furtado  "For this collection I took inspiration from the peacock style of Swinging London in the 1960s―specifically the period when the Mod movement began transitioning into psychedelia. Some of the fabric patterns were custom made and based on my own illustrations, many of which include season-appropriate motifs like butterflies and lotus flowers. The collection is my idealization of springtime: happiness and leisure, but also dignity and poise."
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Photos: Matthew Furtado

"For this collection I took inspiration from the peacock style of Swinging London in the 1960s―specifically the period when the Mod movement began transitioning into psychedelia. Some of the fabric patterns were custom made and based on my own illustrations, many of which include season-appropriate motifs like butterflies and lotus flowers. The collection is my idealization of springtime: happiness and leisure, but also dignity and poise."

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