Tome Spring/Summer 2017

by The Daily Front Row

Tome’s Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin sent checks, wide stripes, pinstripes, and plaid of all sizes down the runway this season—consider it a lesson in geometry. It’s famously always been about shirting for the duo, and their Spring ’17 collection offered plenty of options in ultra feminine silhouettes. The collection was inspired by the artwork of Bridget Riley—which popped up in the optical illusion effects of many of the black and white prints—and referenced vintage photos of African women by Malick Sidibé and Seydou Keïta, evidenced by the ruffled and embroidered pieces. All in all, the collection was feminine and strong—the parfait way to celebrate five years of Tome.

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