Patrick Cupid Unveils “Diurnal” SS 24 Collection
Self-made contemporary American fashion designer Patrick Cupid unveiled “Diurnal,” a Spring/Summer 2024 fashion collection. Looking back to the 1960s, “Diurnal” is a celebration of women and the power that they wield. This era of fashion was particularly evolutionary, as it fostered an environment of women speaking up and stepping out. Pre-orders are available for the SS 24 collection starting on December 15, 2023.
“I drew inspiration from the 1960s for my new collection because it rapidly changed the fashion industry. Women challenged the status quo of the time to make their voices heard, revealing new individual styles,” says Cupid.
The Modernity of Youth Culture
“Patrick Cupid delivers a playful take on the transition of style sensibilities when the wasp waist silhouette gave way to the modernity of youth culture. The season’s color palette introduces vibrant tones when combined in that unique formula true to the Patrick Cupid brand, creating an almost iridescent effect. Dusty orange is the core color for SS 24, flanked by Gibraltar, and fiery red. In keeping with the collection’s theme, a touch of vintage pink adds a subtle, understated calm to the array of hues. Floral motifs have returned in the new collection as Patrick Cupid continues to push the boundaries of abstract expression in print. Inspired by the works of Franck de les Mercedes, Patrick Cupid takes a new direction with giant florals in his signature style that are playful and delicately aggressive all at once–juxtaposed with a more earthy post-modern marbled symphony of color. Crisp silks, crinkled linen, and large swaths of cotton are the perfect canvas for Patrick Cupid’s new collection,” as stated by their press release.
The following high-end boutique stores will carry his luxury designs: CityGirl Atelier (San Francisco, CA), Felt (Chicago, IL), EJ On Thames (Newport, Rhode Island), Sandy Glam Boutique (Rhode Island), De-Essentia (Charlotte, N. C.), Shop Boutique (South Carolina), Affaire Estrangers (Paris, France), Wolf And Badger (London, Britain).
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