After last year delivered one of the coolest Gorman collabs to date, we’ve had our eyes out for what 2017 would bring. 

Say hello to Gorman’s latest partnership with Liz Payne.

Prints from the Sydney-based artist feature across the 19-piece drop, which spans tops, skirts, jackets, pants, dresses, bags and accessories. Yep, everything. 

Combining original digital printed imagery and embroideries, Payne's one-off artworks can now be enjoyed daily. 

Like the threads, beads and sequins used in Payne’s colourful artworks, the pieces are nothing short of bold. 

Shop the latest collection in-store and online now. 

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