NEW YORK, Sep. 11, 2010/ FW /– This season, the Lorick lady was insipired by Agnes Martin and a quotation from Ernest Hemingway’s “A Moveable Feast”.

Drawing from the strength of subtle simplicity and the beauty of the struggle between exterior and interior worlds, Lorick created a collection full of ethereal pieces that allows for the woman’s creativity and freedom to show through.

The collection was very spiritual and light, with a color palette that was soft and mostly neutral. Each piece in the collection can be worn on its own or layered to create a unique look.

Details like hand painted prints or grids and lines support Lorick’s Spring Summer collection philosophy, intended to provoke advancements in “individuality and creativity while simultaneously utilizing the outside world’s offering.”

Despite the cramped space and late start to the presentation, the pieces were truly beautiful.


New York Fashion Week Spring 2011