Krista launched her Fall 2015 Collection in New York this past February. She showcased new fabrics, styles, techniques and colors like Nickel, Clay, Indigo, and Cardinal.
One of her showstoppers were her tie-dyed leggings. For this, Krista offered three types of dying, stripe, bubble and a Japanese dying technique called “shibori” to tie-dye for a very one-of-a-kind look.
Krista used new wools in plaid, patterned, herringbone, and paisley, with different washing and dying techniques that created texture.
She also incorporated a “barred owl” into her line by designing and manufacturing a custom fabric with a photograph she took in her back yard in New Hampshire. She also incorporated her custom butterfly fabric in black and white from her Spring line.
Krista also designed her first “skinny pant” which has a more tapered leg with interesting welt pockets in front, quarter top pockets on the side and patch pockets in back. And if you are one of her flower enthusiasts, she now offers them in three different ways: mix of fabrics, solid, and tie-dye.
There is a style and fabric for everyone to make them look and feel their best!