The Estonian designer channels her couture know-how—she trained at Chanel before launching her label in 2010—into hand-crafted and -tailored occasion dresses that flatter every figure. For Spring, she mined the archive of the late Estonian painter Adamson-Eric’s works, turning out wearable pieces of art. Find traces of the artist’s series of painted ceramics in the digital prints (on silk satin, cotton, and light crepe designs), and the artist’s 1960s nonfigurative paintings in the graphic ribbon embroidery. It all takes shape in her signature silhouettes: figure-skimming dresses of all lengths, with pleats incorporated throughout.
The buy: the silk-satin caftan featuring the designer’s custom, yellow-hued print.