But the homage doesn’t end there—the Rauschenberg-inspired assemblage print also stars female trailblazers including Olympian Wilma Rudolph, who boldly fought for civil and women’s rights throughout the early 1960s. The knitwear, including hand-knit cardigans and sweaters with whipstitch detailing, further demonstrates the aesthetic concept at the heart of the collection: a sentimental and nostalgic nod to the past, reworked into hip and forward-thinking gear for the present.
And boys, don’t worry—you can wear it, too. For the first time in the brand’s history, the collection will also be available in men’s sizing. The collection will hit stores in two different drops, so that customers can get the looks while they're still in season. Play ball.
View some of our favorite pieces from the collection, shot by office favorite Renell Medrano, below.
Photos courtesy of the brand.