"In my heart of hearts, I've always believed in women who can wear men's clothing," Rogan Gregory said at a preview of his Spring collection. Sure enough, the lineup tweaked workwear basics for the XY set just enough to give them a tomboyish sensuality. Uniforma Chromata was the theme, and there was an everyday, interchangeable ease to pieces like distressed cutoffs and a railroad stripe denim shorts suit with whipstitch detailing. The aforementioned matching set was ultra-worn-in, as though it had already been washed and hung out to dry at least 20 times. Ditto goes for the slubby henleys, hoodies, and baja tops, each of which was as soft as your favorite blanket.
A lot of effort goes into making threads as calculatedly effortless as these. Gregory continues to keep all of his sourcing and production environmentally friendly and can wax poetic on the differences between right-hand versus left-hand twill—he uses left, for the record, which is apparently way cooler.
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