Chromat isn’t just another fashion line. In fact, each collection is a structural experiment for the human body. Hailing from Virginia, designer Becca McCharen‘s education is based in architecture and urban design, apparent in the structural intricacies of her undergarments. Her first fashion collection in 2008 was inspired by redneck street style and the weighty textures of plaid flannel, black leather and denim, and she continues to use the influence of architecture from scaffolding and city maps to build her collections. We’re falling for her cool girl demeanor, and you will too after checking out the Chromat Autumn/Winter collection.
The Fall Cool World collection was inspired by exaggerated constructions of femininity in cartoons, female superheros and villains and distorted Disney characters. To learn more about Becca McCharen and her line, visit chromatgarments.com.