Fashion label Maison Noir crafts a new Spring/Summer 2018 Line entitled 'Return to Stone Garden.' Maison Noir made a statement explaining, "Stone Garden, a fictitious place set in Northern California, was a refuge from the turbulent time of the late 1960s. This space was idealized through a series of paintings by David Hockney during his visits to California." The influence lies between the juxtaposing idea of the counterculture influence and David Hockney's artwork against war protest.
The Return to Stone Garden collection is comprised of pieces such as long coats with distressing details, bousons with stripes, tie-dye shirts, loose denim pants, jackets, and fanny packs. The color palettes stick to muted hues with earthy tones through the entire capsule.
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