Calla Haynes: The mistress of digital-impressionist prints goes solo

Toronto-born designer Calla Haynes played debutante at the most recent Paris Fashion Week: After working for Olivier Theyskens (at Rochas and Nina Ricci) and designing textiles for Jeremy Laing and Erin Featherston, the mistress of digital-impressionist prints has gone solo. Her water-coloured spring collection is fresh and elegant, mixing corsetry with airier shapes. And there’s a standout jacket, all patchworked pastel snakeskin, that we hope we’ll see then the collection hits the Bay’s The Room.

Click the images below to see a gallery of Haynes’ collection. (This article originally appeared in the Winter issue of FASHION.)

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