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A spread of textured statement pieces for feeling yourself this fall.
Fashion by Nazuk Kochhar
August 24, 2017
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum SAMUJI sweater, Rodebjer pants.  

Corduroy, velvet, jacquard, silk pleats, and the Landlord coat that Offset wore on Fallon — that's what we're drooling over as we plan our fall/winter wardrobes.

Creative-directed by and starring New York multi-disciplinary artist Natalie de Segonzac (this time last year, she was making art as an inpatient at a physical rehabilitation facility in New Jersey, following a spinal cord injury), these images are all about texture. Accompanied by her cat Moo and selections from her 2016-2017 "noodle" project, Natalie models pieces that will have you feeling yourself — literally — this autumn.

This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum LA CAUSA dress.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum BASERANGE jumpsuit, NOODLE model's own.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum LANDLORD jacket. BASERANGE bottom.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum LANDLORD jacket, NOODLE model's own.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum LA CAUSA jacket.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum CREATURES OF COMFORT pants, SOCKS model’s own, CAMPER SHOES model’s own.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum CREATURES OF COMFORT top, CREATURES OF COMFORT bottom.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum KES gown, SOCKS model’s own, DR MARTENS model’s own.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum LA CAUSA dress, BASERANGE bottom.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum BASERANGE top, PATRIK ERVELL bottom.  
This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum

Makeup by Rachael Krutchkoff.

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This Fall, Explore The Texture Spectrum