Showing off a very sought-after pair of white jeans Phillip Lim This Morning At his Great Jones store, with its high paper-bag waist and plump legs, “Nobody needs us to make another pair of jeans, it’s denim out of context.” Out of context is a shorthand for the collection, and Lin’s overall design concept. He makes clothes for real life (which is why he left the runway three years ago), but there’s usually an element of surprise that takes his clothes beyond the everyday. He used the same white denim (and acid-washed pineapple and periwinkle) to create a lace-trimmed slip dress. “At the end of the day, it’s a textile and we can design anything,” he added. French terry tracksuit fabric is treated in the same irreverent way for off-the-shoulder tops and tops with cutouts on the other side.
Suits follow the body or come in boyish oversized proportions, while he uses pleated recycled polyester to create two dress styles, one featuring A subtle hourglass shape, the other has a looser flared volume. He likes to give his customers choices, but the offerings are smaller than in previous seasons. This is strategic. “Less do more,” he said, pointing to the tote bags he made from leftover strips of leather in different colors or woven from leftover ribbons.
Lim today except this spring 96 Favorites and other news. Those who followed his personal Instagram account learned that he was involved in the behind-the-scenes work of the upcoming Disney+ show