All aboard this wild ride through Industrial Americana, where streamlined shapes and futuristic fabrics gain momentum!
Trained on the Tommy Hilfiger track, Pipit designer Dustin Horowitz is in the conductor seat, steering us toward V-neck dresses that work on all body types.
You’re about to pass references to Charles Eames and Jean Prouvé — Pipit steers clear of trends by modifying classic shapes. Keep your eyes peeled for flashes of American craft, folk art, and modern architecture.
But you won’t find an assembly line here (sorry, Mr. Ford); each garment is silk-screened by a master artisan in Brooklyn. Don’t be scared by a snag; Horowitz likes the raw appeal of unfinished seams on his one-of-a-kind items. Choose the racer-back tank dress for a boost in the caboose.
And you’ll never look like a train wreck.
Photo: Courtesy of Pipit