Parisian fashion label Harmony introduces its latest collection for the Spring/Summer 2019 season and it boasts the title 'USA Program.' The main inspiration that lies behind the capsule is drawn from Ivy Leagues and the overall community of campus lifestyles within America.
David Obadia honors the college culture with the infusion of sporty design languages that are also preppy as well. The seasonal collection is captured in a lookbook that is led, styled, and directed by Emily Oberg. The range features pieces including sweaters, hoodies, caps, and tees -- all of which are complete in a vintage-like aesthetic. The apparel designs are constructed from '4 seasons' organic cotton materials and are accented with minimal details. The USA Program collection is set to drop on April 17th exclusively at Harmony.
Harmony's USA Program Collection Boasts Ivy League Inspirations
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