John Patrick Organic’s Spring 2012 Line Finds Adventure at New York Fashion Week

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The new collection, Patrick says, is a metaphor for the journey our planet is engaged in, with elements drawn from “archetypes” such as the scientist, traveler, wanderer, recycler, and reuser. Literally and figuratively, the collection breathes these characters into life through an earthy palette of khaki, cream, and olive.

The new collection, Patrick says, is a metaphor for the journey our planet is engaged in.

Unfussy as his safari-esque threads may be (was that a pith helmet we saw?), Patrick isn’t without surprises. A set of ruby and gold silk boxer shorts were constructed from vintage neckties, gleaned from New York, California, and France and tailored to the female form. An oversized clutch, day tote, and weekender feature recycled nylon as accents.

As critical shortages of raw materials become increasingly prevalent around the globe, thinking sustainably just makes sense, Patrick tells us. “I want to be the power of example,” he says. “We are going to get there, but we have to work together to do it…I’m trying to blend ethics with fashion.” Amen to that.

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