See all the wonders that you leave behind. Womenswear line FERAL CHILDE brings this sentiment to the forefront of their latest collection, SPRING 2014: DOP (Disappearing Object Phenomenon), embracing "the sentimental curiosities...the wonder of unexplained rediscovery through emotional prints and subtly vibrant hues." A line that continues to bring new dynamism through each collection's collaborative textile designs, printed on classic wearable silhouettes, is an exceptional addition to the REDEEM line-up for Spring 2014.
This bi-coastal brand was born from the talents of fine artists Moriah Carlson (Brooklyn, NY) and Alice Wu (Oakland, CA), who joined forces to create a forward-thinking womenswear line focused on both artistry and environment, incorporating sustainable design into every garment. Carlson and Wu push their line ahead this spring season with the innovative "Disappearing Object Phenomenon," inspired by three very specific depictions of wonder and disappearance: Michaelangelo Antonioni's film L’Avventura, the lyrics of Buffy Sainte Marie's Moonshot, and the Google Image Search results for "disappearing object phenomenon." All three serve as the foundation for this deeply conceptual collection showcasing Carlson and Wu's creative textile prints, which wonderfully depict abandoned spacecraft and Mars rovers on collared button down shirts and trousers, and only further emphasize the designers dedication to elevating innovation and design. A few favorites include the Solander Shirt and Kepler Trouser in the "Mars Rover" print (featured below) now available at REDEEM.