Ruffian designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais are taking their ladylike fashions mainstream with a freshly inked four-collection collaboration with Anthropologie . “There’s really something special and so accessible and beautiful about it [the collection],” said Wendy Wurtzburger , from Anthropologie. "They’re so great at creating magic and mystery.”
The collection, dubbed Mise en Scene, meaning “the complete aesthetic, or the gestalt,” says Wolk, will launch in November. Look forward to camel coats, silk dress, one-of-a-kind prints, hosiery, and even some housewares — Casa , you listening?