Your final school projects consisted of a collapsed model bridge, a nonsensical thesis on why marijuana should be legal, and a creme brulee that went up in flames.
Thankfully, Catherine Holstein was more successful. Her first five-piece (she goes for quality, not quantity) collection was a final project at Parsons (and pretty darn near impossible to get your hands on).
And her second is just as dreamy. Each piece is made of rich, luxurious fabrics and chockful of subtle details like pleating, buttons, trim, and lining.
You’ll look angelic in the bib dress, cream crinkled crepe de chine over white linen with white satin buttons. Head to your next adult playdate in a romper with a white crepe de chine top, black silk charmeuse shorts and cummerbund, and black velvet buttons.
The pieces are manufactured in New York, with Holstein herself carefully overseeing every step.
Just the kind of attention to detail you’d expect from an honor roll student.
Available online at deskohan.com.