Francisco Costa designed a virtually impressive pre-fall 2016 range for Calvin Klein Collection, which featured a slew of solid prints — a breath of fresh air from this season’s print frenzy.
And the pre-season range was inspired by the stunning, minimalist works of English artist and sculptor Barbara Hepworth. Vogue reported that, earlier this year, her work was the subject of a major retrospective at the Tate Britian art gallery.
Further, Calvin Klein‘s newest collection has a focus on oversized outerwear. The unique accessories span monochromatic sneakers and pumps, leather clutches and handbags, and sculptural jewelry pieces — which were created by Costa in collaboration with artist David Croland.
Also, WWD lauded Costa’s “skin-baring silhouettes reflected the fluid sensuality of [Hepworth’s] ample abstract shapes” in his pre-fall 2016 collection for Calvin Klein Collection.