Gorman’s latest collaboration with Australian artist Miranda Skoczek is everything Gorman-esque with an exotically vibrant twist.

Much in sync with the label’s aesthetic, Miranda’s artwork blends seamlessly into signature Gorman silhouettes, textures and styles. Her work is featured across all 53 pieces in the collection, with every print originating from five of her artworks.

From abstract snake prints spliced up against bluebells and proteas, to bright graphics and geometric shapes in botanical palettes, to subtle florals and embroideries in darker contrasts, every piece tells a different story unique to Gorman x Miranda Skoczek.

The collection is due to drop online & in stores this April - June. 

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