Vince is a brand rooted in timeless wardrobe staples, so the big story each season tends to be about color and texture. Spring 2020’s palette of beige, chocolate, mint, orchid, and cerulean was lifted from Javier Senosiain’s Casa Orgánica in Mexico City, which also became the setting of the lookbook. Creative director Caroline Belhumeur noted there isn’t a single straight line in the house: The walls, windows, and even floors are curved, with similarly amorphous furniture and fixtures inside. After discovering it on a trip to Mexico earlier this year, Belhumeur was instantly taken with the strange, earthy interiors and the way the sunlight filtered through the rounded windows; at certain times of day, it cast a pale yellow light, while the hue intensified as the afternoon dragged on.
A silky mint blouse and lime pants made a bold statement despite essentially being pajamas, while other looks combined brights with neutrals: lemon and camel, lilac and taupe. In terms of texture, you expect to find the loftiest cashmere, the crispest cotton, and the supplest leather, but spring introduced another material: crochet. A narrow crochet tank dress brought in the natural, uneven textures of Mexico City architecture, though Belhumeur was careful to keep it from veering “too crafty.” It helped that Heather Kemesky was modeling the clothes—though you may not have recognized her at first. She recently lightened her hair and let it grow into a shag, but her attitude hasn’t changed a bit. She looked most like herself in the black belted leather jacket, which was at once luxe, tough, and a bit androgynous. Courtesy of vogue.com
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