Serial Cultura

Posted on June 17, 2009 Under Fashion


Oakland-based designer Jen Jennings' fourth collection for her geometric-inspired line Serial Cultura retains the patterned perfection of former seasons in more subdued fashion. While she's currently using more muted colors than the lime and fuchsia she loves, the Parsons graduate and textiles aficionado is still using her signature combination of hand-dying silks and digital printing. Repeating shapes created in Photoshop are scanned onto fluid-like shirts and dresses, a process that can take up to a week per item. The resulting triangle bias tops and wrap dresses, which are all made in California, are captivating and now being sold everywhere from New York's Kaight, Riyadh's Vibe, and LA's Reform School.

Images by Scott Clark.