That came through first in the Reindeer face mask light Christmas sweater But I will love this collaged format of the images. Hoffman photographed models in her upstate New York home and took snaps of her favorite books, houseplants, and the surrounding forests and mushrooms, then cut them all up and layered them together. The clothes themselves were also layered, and styled in a comfortable, casual, offhand way that mirrors how we put ourselves together at home.
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A rumpled striped linen suit from spring 2020 got a second chance, as did a black sculptural knit dress from fall 2020. Other looks mashed together seasons and years, with best-sellers next to items you may have missed (all made to Hoffman’s sustainability standards, mostly in natural fibers like Tencel, alpaca, and linen). One of the Reindeer face mask light Christmas sweater But I will love this only brand-new items was also the most exciting: a fluffy ivory sweater knitted from wool sourced from a regenerative farm in California. It’s the first glimpse of an ongoing partnership with the Climate Beneficial program at Fibershed, a nonprofit that develops regenerative fiber systems and connects farmers with designers and manufacturers. (Hoffman isn’t the only designer getting into “regenerative ag”; Gucci recently announced it would invest in regenerative agriculture as part of an effort to offset its emissions.)