The Inspiration: European Heritage.
Emerging out of World War II, a time of despair and pain, cycling brought life and hope to the world. Fans around the globe watched as these cycling gods raced through the landscape of Europe–Bartali, Coppi and Van Steenbergen setting records and making wins. Women also began to make strides in this male-dominated sport. In 1958, women competed for the first time in the Road World Championship held in Reims, France. Female cyclist Elsy Jacobs took home first place and paved the way for other women to leave their mark.
This collection draws historical influences and fashion trends together in a presentation of rhythmic prints, vintage couture florals, and modern movement with dynamic color blocking and new silhouettes.
Very elegant and a great position for Terry. Thanks again for taking us in this direction!
Stephanie Helline says
Lisa Wheeler says
Love it! Everything looks awesome!
It all looks amazing. I want to order all of it. I LOVE the knicker skirt. I hope it’s a good fall-winter weight. I love it all. The signal shirt is cool.
Susan S-H says
Perfect! Wearable designs. Can you say who is the manufacturer of the boots shown with the Cadence tunic & dress?
Timberland — will be available this fall through our catalog/website.
Ana Burke says
Linda Elgart says
What is the material of the Cadence dress? It looks like it might make a great travel dress for cool weather. We have a training camp in Andalucia planned next March, I might need that!
It’s a Dri-Release poly/wool/lycra that would be great for traveling — particularly to Andalucia. I will happily hand deliver! Hope all is well out there. Surely do miss you.
Sue & Meg says
We love it all!