She’s loving flower power for fall.
This story originally appeared in the Fall 2019 issue of Domino, titled “À la Mod.” Subscribe to be the first to receive each issue.
For our Fall issue, we asked our editors to choose specific aesthetics as inspiration for their curations of autumn must-haves. Style assistant Julia Stevens went with a mod moment, born from Dries Van Noten’s Spring 2019 mensware runway show, where bold and vibrant prints reminiscent of the ’60s set the scene. “Retro patterns are daring and carefree, both for home decor and your wardrobe,” says Stevens. “The whole vibe brings me joy, and isn’t that what finding your signature look is all about?” Below, she shares her favorite pieces from the era, including a so-comfy-you’ll-never-get-up couch and an Op Art–influenced dress colorful enough to combat the grayest of days.
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