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Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

- Wednesday, March 3, 2021. to read...

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Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear


Last October, when most designers had shown their spring 2021 collections, Mara Hoffman’s couldn’t understand around making anything new.

She actually had such a lot of stock from past seasons, and more critically, she still trusted in those clothes. So she restyled them in her resort 2021 lookbook and sold them on her site right away.

Spring 2021 is the same “in season” experiment, mixing past-collection items with a few new designs made with extra materials in Hoffman’s studio.
Loyal clients will recognize the “popcorn” Tencel in cherry and bubblegum pink, just like the earthy zebra-striped natural cotton.
A tie-front blouse in ivory or poppy material was likely a repeated silhouette, but however truly, who cares? It looked new pushed off the shoulders and styled with kitschy shell jewelry, all handmade by Hoffman and her companion Pamela Love with old beach finds.

Hoffman embraced quirk, color, and lots of skin, capturing the heat and radiance of summer at a time when we’re so desperately longing for it. 
She also mixed her mainstream swimwear line with her ready-to-wear for the first time. Wearing bikini tops and maillots as “genuine clothes” became something of a trend in New York the previous summer, ideal for beating the heat and humidity of our amazingly outside lives. 

Hoffman is prepared for those sparkling evenings; she joked that if tanning beds weren’t so disastrous for your health, she’d install one in her house in lieu of a trip to Tahiti or Jamaica.

As New York gradually heats up, you can depend on seeing her in her cotton button-down and simple trousers in a barely-there shade of blush; she clarified they were colored with rose petals. A designer pressed and rolled many of them into the fabric, so each piece of clothing will have a unique finish. 

It’s Hoffman’s next experiment in organic, natural, regenerative fabrics, following resort’s Climate Beneficial wool sweaters made in association with Fibershed. That task is extending for fall 2021, and Hoffman is hoping to do more natural dyes in the future.

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Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear



Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear


Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear


Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Mara Hoffman | Spring 2021-Ready-To-Wear

Photography: Mara Hoffman 
Styling and Creative: Rachael Wang 
Models: Amira Chandi, Lizzy Yusuff

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