Once the preserve of hippies and ravers, tie-dye has moved into the mainstream. Psychedelic and colorful, the trend prominent in the ‘60s and ’70s has returned to the runways, giving 21st-century fashion a playful twist. With its uplifting mood, the trend gathered steam during the pandemic and has remained popular ever since. I love my Gabriela Hearst tie-dye pieces that transport a little bit of summer into fall.
My look: Massey tie-dyed cashmere maxi shirt dress, Severino frayed tie-dyed cashmere scarf, and Vettel striped cashmere cardigan, all by Gabriela Hearst, Marble Silk Constance bag by Hermès, neutral Amber Ghost suede and PVC sandals by Alexandre Vauthier, Windsor round acetate sunglasses by Isabel Marant, Maillon de Cartier 16mm 18-karat white gold diamond watch, and Clash de Cartier bracelet MM in white gold, both by Cartier.
Photos: © Rian Davidson
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