We’re in constant search of the perfect T-shirt--buttery soft yet sturdy enough to handle years of wear and tear. It’s been our unicorn of weekend wear. And we may have finally found it.
Patrick Robinson, former head of design at Gap, is charting new fashion territory with the launch of Paskho.
Ancient Greek for “passion,” the idea behind the label is simple. The collection starts at $45 and is littered with sleek tees, slouchy tunics, relaxed trousers and the like that can take you from errands and meet-ups to lounging about the house--all super comfortable but far chicer than those tired, see-through yoga pants.
Get a preview and even pre-order as the brand is wrapping up its funding run on Kickstarter tomorrow. Why Kickstarter? Robinson wanted to cut out the typical industry middlemen and work directly with the people actually wearing the clothes (which also happens to keep costs down). You can even chime in with thoughts and suggestions for future consideration. (Patrick, this is our personal request for a trapeze dress.)
Because of the nontraditional setup, a shoppable site should launch later this month and orders will arrive early this summer.
Sure, it takes longer than a trip to Lululemon, but trust us, the cashmere-modal blend is worth the wait.