Sea New York turns towards tailoring
ApparelMagic client Sea New York is known for their cotton ruffled dresses and resort wear fit for the most Instagram-worthy trips to the Greek isles or Brazilian beaches, but for Fall 2018, they’ve tried their hand at clothes for the cities.
The designers, Monica Paolini and Sean Monahan, have proven themselves when it comes to peasant blouses and bohemian skirts, but this time around they showed that they know a thing or two about outerwear and even pants, that trickiest of fashion categories.
The outerwear this season includes an oversized sherpa parka that looks like one turned a military surplus jacket inside out. Combined with contrast sleeves in burgundy, it’s a clever idea that will resonate with those looking for new iterations on the deconstructed trend. More classic though, Sea also proposed gorgeous wool checked overcoats. Huge lapels and hitting below the knee, these are the statement pieces you want on your feed.
And down below, Monahan and Paolini have taken a side against the skinny pant. Instead they’re offering wide trousers cuffed high above the ankle. And if short’s not your speed, an even more exciting option was a pair of baggy tuxedo trousers that pooled on the ground.
With clothes like these, Sea is fast becoming the contemporary market’s best-suited label for 2018.