Each season designer Amy Powney and creative director Maia Norman collaborate with a different artist to translate their work into Mother Of Pearl‘s designs. It’s a brilliant idea and makes perfect sense, considering Maia was once married to artist Damien Hirst. For spring, together with British artist Mat Collishaw, the collection was filled with boldly printed palm fronds, a cornucopia of tropical fruits and Mother Of Pearl’s signature stripes . . . clashing together in perfect harmony.
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