by Romina Costa
When Jonathan Saunders, the scottish designer moved to New York from London three months ago he knew his proverbial plate would be full. Three months to produce something that is his signature look for a brand that is as old as the 70s wrap dress would make anyone think twice to jump in and shake things up. But Saunder is no meek designer and this DVF collection speaks volumes of his willingness to rock the boat and make a static brand friendly to the younger eyes. This collection has his influence distilled with relentless creativity in the form of contrasting colors and an homage to the digital print revolution. This collection is as much DVF as it is Jonathan Saunders.
Romina Costa is an editor at Deux. She is a Buenos Aires / New York based textile designer and artist. In her free time she trains horses at her father's estancia and drinks wine (not at the same time).