Ol' Santa Fe–Adapting his prepster uniform with the typical cheek one has come to expect of Band of Outsiders, designer Scott Sternberg visited the southwest for the inspiration of his latest showing. Set under the watercolor painted sky, Sternberg's platoon came out to play with all their smarts on display. From evening wear to daily essentials, a collection dressed in rich hues and accented with Navajo-inspired prints delighted. Sleepy loungewear provided the quiet counterpart to more polished numbers, rounded out by blazers, crewneck sweaters and fitted shirting. Meanwhile, corduroy reared its head with pants and jackets adding to a classic Americana image. Incorporating quilting and shearling, carefully constructed outerwear added a tough exterior to more gentle touches such as tassel adorned knitwear. Altogether mixing garments of a subdued mood with louder statement pieces, Band of Outsiders delivered their finely tailored aesthetic with a splash of southwestern nostalgia to color the season.
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