Kevan Hall's Spring/Summer 2022 collection responds to the elegance of a 1930's Parisian multi-culture. By referencing Christian Berard's signature painting style, Hall draws upon the influences of Berard's contemporaries, including Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti, Coco Chanel, and interior designer Jean Michel-Frank. This legendary time in history birthed a new intersection for fashion, theatre, and interior design. By merging these disciplines, Hall's collection translates trompe l'oeil details and architectural paneling into streamlined silhouettes for the modern woman. Collar and pocket details mirror accents found within a French interior. Brushstrokes are present throughout the collection, whether on hand-painted jacquards or evoked through textured wovens. The color palette is a thoughtful and precise mixture of coral shades, alabaster, lavender, celadon and fuchsia. Hall's collection captures a sense of painterly wit, paired with a refined and elegant restraint.