August 28 2014

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Erro’s Team Spirit


“The best executive,” Theodore Roosevelt once said, “is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done.” Anna Larson is a case in point: The designer of the new line Erro has taken an executive approach to the launch of her brand. Larson, who moved to New York three years ago from Sweden, is culling the talents of the city’s fashion community in order to implement her vision of beautifully made, no-fuss clothes for modern nomads. Ex-Eventide designer Christian Stroble has been helping Larson pull together the looks to be debuted at Erro’s fashion week presentation in September. Modéliste Nicolas Caito is making the patterns. Jewelry designer Bliss Lau has helped hand-stamp the leather—one of several leather treatments that define both the handwork focus and urbane point of view of the Erro brand. Elsewhere, leather is hand-distressed, hand-woven, and hand-knotted into latticelike tunics that, worn over a corset-inspired top and a pair of buckle-detailed skinny pants, look like what Mad Max’s girlfriend would wear out to the Jane. “I wanted the line to be really crafted,” explains Larson. “But for all the work and all the detail, I didn’t want the garments to feel complicated. Everything had to be layer-able and easy to wear.”



  1. Ana77 says:

    i like the pic )))) it’s cute :) and the designer too)

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