Handcrafted techniques and earthy-friendly methods are both driving forces for fashion right now. Those two imperatives come together stylishly in Joseph Altuzarra’s collection, with artisanal dyes bringing visual allure to dresses and cashmere sweaters that were cropped and left ragged at the hem. Altuzarra mentions “wanderlust” as a personal influence, as does Ulla Johnson. For Johnson’s FW22 collection, that spirit found expression in earth tones and metallic golds, inspired by Colombian textile artist, Olga de Amaral. The result was a gorgeous selection of items like a duster coat over marled knits, a suede and crochet patchwork set, and a printed and sequined pinafore dress over a puff-shoulder peasant blouse, adding a bit of folkloric charm.