Style File: Here Comes The Sun

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Mar 22nd 2013, 18:31

“It’s me, with Steven’s girl in mind—really thinking about what would appeal to her,” said Daryl Kerrigan of her capsule collection for Steven Alan, which launched last night at the retailer-cum-designer’s Chelsea Annex. Kerrigan, who rose to industry fame in the early nineties thanks to her cult denim range, soundly mixes her downtown sensibilities with Alan’s smart, relaxed aesthetic. Prime examples of the seamless fusion are Daryl K for Steven Alan’s zipped tops and dresses in matte-iridescent blends, slouchy blazers, and, of course, jeans. “The jeans!” said Alan when questioned as to his favorite pieces. “The color, the fit—that’s what she’s known for.”

Another highlight is the collection’s abstract littoral print, the result of a collaboration with sub-14th Street nightlife fixture and artist, Spencer Sweeney. “I call it surf-punk,” said Kerrigan. Thanks to its pop-bright brush strokes and deep cyan skies, the print evokes a sunny summer’s day—which, quite frankly, we could use right now. But at least Daryl K for Steven Alan provides a little light at the end of New York’s seemingly endless winter.

The Daryl K for Steven Alan is available now at Steven Alan stores and on

—Nick Remsen

Photo: Courtesy of Steven Alan

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