For Fall 2015, Daniel Silverstain was inspired by his personal travels to India and its rich heritage and architecture. Focusing on the viewpoint of the “New Tourists” during the 1960’s, envision a modern take on the world and its culture. The collection featured at times vibrant hues, and textures and shapes combining to produce clean geometric silhouettes. The result? Looks incorporating the Jaali, a perforated stone or latticed screen, frequently constructed through the use of calligraphy and geometry. This was apparent in a leather shirt dress in Indie Blue and a black cotton trench kaftan, paired with an olive herringbone/leather combo shorts.