March 21, 2013 New York
Thornburg's aesthetic is admittedly a little "hippie-dippy," but you can imagine Jemima Kirke's character on Girls wearing these clothes day and night. (Kirke's gone missing on the HBO show, but her fans haven't—if a quick walk through Williamsburg is any indication.) Fall is Thornburg's forte, and her witchy cloaks—an ongoing collaboration with Pendleton—are consistent best sellers. This time around, the heavy wool ponchos had more graphic appeal. One version printed with Technicolor Dia de los Muertos skulls will be a hit with raver kids. Plush alpaca wraps and cozy knits were new developments that felt comparatively sophisticated but still characteristically carefree.