Tie-dye never dies.
Fashion Week is back in full force, and there’s a lot to see. Blink (or scroll too fast on Instagram) and you’ll miss the details: tiny bags, tall shoes, feathered hats, leather capes and diamond dog collars. Every day we’ll spotlight one thing we saw on the runways that delighted or mystified us.
Just when you think the tie-dye trend may have faded — following an early-pandemic surge, when throwback D.I.Y. projects provided a welcome distraction from the hellish reality of confinement — it returns in the most unlikely of places.
Batsheva isn’t exactly known for the relaxed, summery, granola vibes associated with tie-dye. The designer Batsheva Hay typically
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