MARA HOFFMAN

The New Yorker has long been a pioneer in sustainable fashion, spinning responsible materials into easy-to-wear, elegant, boldly-printed pieces. Cut in recycled wool, hemp, and baby alpaca, Fall revives her rounded sleeves and hotly-coveted knits (handmade in Peru), and debuts artful florals and an abstract, serpentine motif.

The buy: the black dress with rounded, architectural sleeves.  

MARA HOFFMAN

The New Yorker has long been a pioneer in sustainable fashion, spinning responsible materials into easy-to-wear, elegant, boldly-printed pieces. Cut in recycled wool, hemp, and baby alpaca, Fall revives her rounded sleeves and hotly-coveted knits (handmade in Peru), and debuts artful florals and an abstract, serpentine motif.

The buy: the black dress with rounded, architectural sleeves.  

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