Kicking Off NYFW with the David Peck Crop S/S13 Preview
New York Fashion Week has officially begun in my book! I kicked this year off with a jaw-dropping preview of the new S/S13 collection from David Peck Crop at the Ace Hotel. David describes his aesthetic as “Classic, Quirky and Colorful!” I could not agree more, and loved seeing signature shapes in vibrant prints and with neon piping.
When you wear David’s clothes, it feels as if they dressed you… There is always an understated elegance with a modern twist. In a nutshell- these are my kind of clothes! And David’s ethics behind the label also set a very high bar. For this collection, he used a lot of organic cotton, silk, digital printing of his custom prints, and the woven fabrics where all fair trade handmade in India. Plus, DPC is produced right here in the USA in their factory and office in Houston, TX.
David stated that one of his proudest accomplishments this past year is the growth of their factory in Houston. He actively works with the Greater Houston Partnership to bring fashion production to the area and prop up the local economy.
For the new collection, look out for the custom prints inspired by origami, maps, and a book from David’s childhood- Wynken, Blynken and Nob.
Watching the David Peck CROP line grow while he retains his signature shapes, has been a real joy. There were so many pieces from this new collection, that I would gladly add to my wardrobe. Here are some of my favorite looks:
To sum up, the David Peck Crop collection is a reflection of himself and his awesome team- good people doing good things, in style.Tweet