Australian-based brand Song for the Mute draw inspiration from the color palette of Claude Monet paintings for their upcoming Spring 2017 collection. Soft tailoring was in turn key in the creation of the new range, which finds SFTM making use of lightweight rayon fabrics, combined with jacquard print, in addition to wool gabardine and an intriguing cotton straw yarn that's been coated with cognac in order to portray a dry-hand feel.
The prints for the collection were in turn handled entirely by Song for the Mute's creative director, as her handwriting is showcased throughout. Additional key ingredients include custom-dyed water buffalo horn buttons that were individually hand-burnt.
Upon scanning through Song for the Mute's Spring 2017 lookbook imagery above, you will notice such standouts as half-lined and unlined jackets, jumpsuits, overalls and various airy garments.