In today's post we are going to observe Gary Graham latest Autumn-Winter collection of women's apparel inspired by Salem's Peabody Essex Museum exhibition (ornate throne from Zanzibar and the Indian Vizagapatam chair), where East meets West. You are going to find here wonderful jacquard maxi dresses, velvet separates, capes, shrugs, vests, ponchos embroidered in folkloric detailing (beading, fur trim and other lush detailing). The fabrics are luxe, the shapes are relaxed and prints are vibrant.
The A-line wrap shirt looks awesome paired with khaki brown capri pants and open-toe suede black booties.
That's a retro inspired skirt-suit in light-brown color. It comes with a mannish touch that makes it look a bit slouchy.
Asphalt grey coat looks creative worn atop shiny silk top and teamed with relaxed, cropped trousers.
The knitted poncho looks awesome worn atop grey wool sweater. Love the relaxed fit dress.
High-neck shortened sweater looks great worn atop straight fit denim patch skirt.
Here we see a cream coat with fraying edges and rich floral embroidery. It's worn atop velvet burgundy shirt and teamed with slouchy and relaxed pants.
Wrap jacquard coat looks terrific worn atop white shirtdress.
When it feels maxi, then go for maxi! Here we see a floor sweeping jacquard coat worn with glossy skinnies and open-toe booties.