We are drawn to the romance of landscape.
Be it adventure, peace or sheer inspiration, scenery is the siren call of nature.
Gareth Casey feels the same way — infusing his eponymous line, Casey Casey, with all the colors and purist textures of a designer equally as inspired.
The most delightful aspect of Casey Casey is its fabrics — Gareth takes care to source materials that are not only exquisite, but lasting.
His work is prominently defined by the use of paper cottons, however soft wool voile and crisp linen make the occasional appearance.
Natural textures are key here — the signature Casey Casey crumpling seems derived from sweeping wheat fields and the rugged vistas of the French Alps.
Those who follow the label closely will remember its venture into the Neapolitan tones of cream, tan and pink last spring — Gareth instead found his ’23 palette within a patch of wild berries.
Titled Navy & Raspberry, the collection presents Byzantium purples alongside a selection of deep ocean blues.
The intense color is punchy against Casey Casey’s more traditional pale yellow and white shirting, reminiscent of the natural drama found where earth meets sky.