Encouraging acts of bravery, Morrígan was regarded as a guardian of territory and people. Named after the phantom queen of Irish Mythology, the Morrígan dress will draw attention. Composed in a sport poplin developed for our collection, it has an impenetrable quality and strength of silhouette we find useful in the current era. A modestly oversized style with a jewel neckline and over the head entry. The front shaping includes two ears secured as a knot in front for an adjustable fit and customized front gathers. Sleeveless with an abbreviated dolman line to maintain the strong column silhouette. It hits below the knee and has a center seam on the back.
– Pullover dress with a jewel neckline
– Sculptural draped dress with customizable knot for style and tailoring
– Cap sleeves with a column silhouette
– Body: 100% cotton
– Quantity produced: 45 in dark tunnel
– Made in Seattle, U.S.A.
Continuing our investigation of work wear and uniforms as non-traditional sportswear, our sport poplin group was conceived as adaptable, oversized multiples that promote architectural shaping in basics.
We commissioned this curious textile with a supplier in Los Angeles to recreate a deadstock sport poplin. The dense weave of this textile has an impenetrable feeling, making it especially useful for travel.
Intended as a uniform or separates, this duo was also conceived as unisex, oversized fit scaled to suit a spectrum of workers in sizes 1-2-3.