In her first ever runway show, Erin Barr demonstrated that her signature aesthetic is a play on hard and soft, drawing inspiration from nature for this collection. But she clarified, “It’s more of an atmospheric, moody ambient vibe as opposed to an earthy, hippie [one].” She spent time at her parent’s cabin in northern Wisconsin Read more →
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The Clothes: Erin Barr’s collection–which Marilyn Monroe would have loved in her Arthur Miller days–was a play on hard and soft. For the “hard” she drew on inspiration from American painter Frank Stella’s rigid edges and flat, bold colors, experimenting with primary colored prints and graphics. For the “soft,” she looked at the other side Read more →