Of all the colors in the spectrum, white is by far one of the most malleable neutrals. It lends itself to countless textures, materials and associations. With "winter white" fashion traversing right into spring iterations on the runway, and white sneakers continuing to dominate as the footwear of creative uniforms all over New York - I wanted to use this moment to introduce: the white series.
In this series, you'll find little compilations showing how versatile white items can really be.
The top features an assortment of classic and fresh designer takes on the "white ked." The similarities in format are obvious, but the difference in detail are what make the sneakers nuanced. From worn-in suede to distressed leather to plain canvas, each shoe has a particular white patina between its laces and sole.
The bottom features snapshots of a classic "cable knit" sweater. Whether wide or narrow, thickly woven or barely threaded together - each pattern variation renders a surface that will surely be different to the touch and to the eye. Proving that like the intricate, frilly hat on the left, white can really function as the perfect clean slate to cultivate all sorts of textural experiences.