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In Earnest by Byron Earnest Lars Fall 2022 Collection

Byron Earnest Lars and Sheila Gray

In Earnest designer Byron Earnest Lars has been blurring the lines of what was to create his own personal version of what will be since launching his first collection in 1991. He used men’s shirting materials to create body conscious dresses. The likes of which were never seen prior. He pushes the boundaries even more by constructing blouses with built in lace bras as part of the construction of the garment rather than requiring a separate purchase. Is it a blouse? A dress? An undergarment?

Redefining Good Ol’American Sportswear for Fall 2022

This spirit of reinvention has been alive and well ever since in every collection Lars & his design partner Sheila Gray have created. How did he approach his collection for Fall/Winter 2022?  Drawn back to his beginnings more directly than at any time in his past he went with it.

in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022

“As I approached the season, it somehow felt completely modern to exercise the principles of my first Fall collection from the 90’s,” says Byron Lars.

“When I began, I was obsessed with reimagining American classics and was all but entirely disinterested with seasonality in the traditional sense which, even then, was starting to feel outmoded.”

 

Fall 2022 Collection

Byron Earnest Lars uses striped Oxford cloth as a familiar starting point. Although traditionally found in Spring/Summer womenswear In Earnest collection is perfectly suited to fulfill the needs of the season with strategic layering. Lars has never been one to shy away from a layering statement. In fact, it’s become almost ubiquitous to his aesthetic. In his words, “layering is queen!”  Luxurious layers that can either be piled on or peeled off to suit mood and an ever increasingly fickle climate. Layering is the key to this collection’s versatility and customization-readiness.

in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022

Removable slip linings and turnback skirt fronts allow dresses to dual as layering pieces over textural tops, skirts and novelty pant shapes. Even a substantial guipure lace coat is constructed with a cozy velvet lining that is completely removable for warmer months of wear. Details like this are found throughout the collection. Which truly defines the collection nearly seasonless. Such versatility and chameleon-like seasonality is at the heart of the uniquely American art form.

In Earnest fabrications include guipure lace, embroidered net, sequins, ponte flannel, embroidered herringbone, and heavily textured stretch jacquards.

This collection launch is not the only aspect of the In Earnest business being celebrated of late. Byron Earnest Lars will be the recipient of the Fashion Group International’s prestigious “President’s Award for Excellence” for his more than 30 years at the forefront of American Fashion.

in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022 in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022

in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022 in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022

in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022 in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022

in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022 in earnest by byron earnest lars fall 2022

Designer Website:  www.inearnestofficial.com.  In the mood for some more fashion? Check out our Ziad Nakad Couture Collection Spring Summer 2022 review.

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