Worme is an all new line of garments that pay an ode to the 70s silky aesthetics taking influence from summers in Spain. Sisters Melissa and Hannah Collett first gained a spark of the inspiration at the young ages of 12 and 14, when the family would take trips to the Catalonian village of Cadaqués, the same location where Salvador Dalí, Picasso, Matisse, Duchamp, and many other artists spent their summers. The sisters explain that the village along the Mediterranean sea is "surrounded by mountains, and it creates a wild energy." They took that energy and transferred it into their childhood-inspired clothing line.
The brand's name stems from the silkworm, adding the letter "e" as a personal touch. The series is comprised of five pieces that range from dresses, robes, pants, tank tops, and shorts.
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Worme is a New Series of Summery-Looking 70s-Style Silk Clothing
- By: Amy DuongJan 23, 2018