Lauren Moffatt's Fall 2013 collection, dubbed Cabin Rentals, was a whimsically rustic take on the classic Moffatt silhouettes- full of gamin/mod dresses and vintage details. It is always a joy to see and experience her presentions, this time in a Soho loft space, complete with kitschy hotel key as the coveted entrance pass.
Inspired by a trip to the Catskills, the models were perched atop tree trunk bases, within what is surely one of the chicest cabins I have ever had the chance to stumble upon.
I am mad for Moffatt's print, which ran the gammet from floral, to bold color block chevron stripes. The refined jackets are what I will personally be looking to invest in come fall, I adore the bright piping, long and short lengths and the pop of the gold buttons.
This presentation also marked the debut of Moffatt's winter accessories line, composed of darling muffs, mittens, and fur dickies. Now, if only I had these goodies to see me through the rest of this dreary season...
The collection had musical accompaniement supplied by a solo guitar player, but Moffatt used a lot of musical inspiration while designing (think Rolling Stones, Troubadors, etc)- check out her complete play list here on spotify.