Organic's John Patrick may have had, in the words of TLC, gone "chasing waterfalls" at New York Fashion Week, but he also stayed with the "rivers and lakes" of his brand: the clean, uncomplicated lines; its eminent versatility. Indeed the girl group's trademark insouciance was alive and well in Organic's '90s-infused Spring/Summer 2015 collection, which featured gauzy organza shirtdresses, sheer cotton-and-organdy pocket tees, navel-grazing chunky sweaters, and low-slung pants that exposed the waistbands of bicycle shorts underneath.
TEN SHADES OF GRAY
The cool, sporty palette (canary yellow, terracotta, and fluorescent white, juxtaposed with modern neutrals like navy and putty), plus the adroit Matryoshka-like layering, gave the lineup a fresh, neo-Japanese appeal. There was also plenty of slinky loungewear, perfect for repeat viewings of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof on sultry summer nights.
Elevated basics never looked so crazysexycool.