Part of the high-end streetwear movement, Public School designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne’s collection for pre-fall 2017 features the slightly off-kilter and over-sized silhouettes along with heritage sport call outs the space has become known for. Public School adds its own flair with distinct plaid and jacquard fabrics, all of which are anchored on a mustard yellow that shows up throughout offerings.
The collection is edgy, but it somehow feels warmer and friendlier than the items offered by Public School’s European counterparts. It’s perfect for that self-proclaimed Tomboy who loves a cozy, over-sized sweatshirt on the weekend, but desires some more grown up pieces Monday through Friday.
In other news for the design duo, it was announced last week that they were stepping down as head creatives for DKNY, after being brought on just two years ago. The news was not surprising. After LVMH sold the brand to G-III Apparel in July, it was anticipated that higher level creatives and executives would not continue working with the brand.