If you ever set foot in my closet, you'll instantly realize that I'm a knitwear junkie. Dresses, skirts, jackets -- I'll take them all. So when I first discovered the work of Bill Gibb it was love at first sight. Although not as well known in the US as his British contemporaries (Ossie Clark, Zandra Rhodes, Thea Porter, Jean Muir, etc), Gibb's work was ground breaking. His work was permeated with influences in both silhouette + pattern from Medieval, Renaissance, Byzantine + Pre-Raphaelite fashion + tapestries.
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