Rousseau, Rich Colors, Refined Silhouettes—DUFFY’s Fall Collection

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Artists are an evergreen inspiration for DUFFY’s creative team, and for Fall '19, we honed in on Henri Rousseau. The self-taught French genius flourished in Paris during the post-Impressionist period, when he was best known for his lush jungle landscapes. Rousseau-style leopard spots appear in this season’s collection, and DUFFY’S signature color blocking and texture play were layered into the mix to mimic Rousseau’s dynamic compositions.

Saturated hues and neutrals with occasional pops of color are another thread that runs through the collection, and DUFFY introduced new yarn blends for a bit of extra coziness. And, as always, we continue to refine our sweaters’ silhouettes to produce that effortless vibe that defines the DUFFY woman.
This season we were really drawn to Rousseau's jungle landscapes hence the birth of our signature leopard pieces which have been the heart of the collection.
 
We wanted to bring lots of saturated colors into the season anchored in neutrals with the occasional pops. Our signature color blocking and texture play were layered into the mix to mimic Rousseau’s dynamic compositions.
 
We wanted this collection to look refined in its silhouettes yet have an effortless vibe. We introduced a new blend to give the season a bit more loft and coziness.