Every woman has been told time and time again about the numerous benefits of having an LBD (little black dress) in her closet. But we can all agree that even the old LBD go-to needs some spicing up sometimes. Case in point, this graphic digital-print number. Printed in black, gray and white in ever so forgiving stretch-jersey, it’s the modern answer to something Edie Sedgwick would have worn in the sixties. One of the most unique aspects of this dress is it’s sharp racerback cut, one that was made very popular by Edie courtesy of Betsey Johnson’s custom creations.
Erik Hart is an LA-based artist and designer with a body of work in fashion, contemporary art, and sound. The images he captures are many time translated onto his clothing as prints or used as inspiration for the Factory By Erik Hart collection. The dress which originally retailed for $245 is available for a steal at $122.50.
The Outnet: FACTORY BY ERIK HART Printed Stretch-Jersey Dress
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