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Peachy Den's Spring Collection Celebrates Visionaries

As a beloved and true It Girl-approved brand, Peachy Den's newest collection is made up of a new set of hyper-feminine pieces, perfect for Spring. But the new silhouettes have a deeper meaning, too. Created as a nod to those who "shaped the world of craftsmanship" and embodied "Art Deco elegance," in the brand's own words, the Spring drop brings new staple pieces – think transitional knitwear and cargo pants – to their already celebrated lineup.

There's the "Amelia" cargo pants, which pays homage to Amelia Earhart, the daring explorer and feminist icon. In addition to her risky voyage across the Atlantic, Earhart also famously designed her own clothing line after meeting Elsa Schiaparelli.

The founder of the legendary fashion house, Schiaparelli has her own ode in the Peachy Den drop, too. The "Elsa" is knitted from soft metallic rayon thread, and pays tribute to her own brand's beginnings in knitting.

And last but not least, the "Gabrielle" chunky knit twin set, which honors Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel.

A celebration of all things feminine, the collection really brings together a crafty heritage, soft fabrics and lace stitching to create a fresh take on wardrobe classics. You can shop the Spring 2024 collection on peachyden.com.

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