LA’s Cult Gaia Is Ready to Dress Stylish Road Trippers and Globetrotters

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We can thank stylish stars’ Coachella obsession for making festival fashion acceptable year-round (we’re looking at you, Ms. Hudgens), and LA’s Cult Gaia is among the labels that defined the summer bohemian look. Five years after launching with its signature floral crowns and retro turbands (and gracing the heads of Chrissy Teigen, Kendall Jenner, and more celebs), the brand has since grown seamlessly beyond fest-ready dressing with its blogger-beloved Ark bags and more.

Now with a full-fledged fashion brand, designer Jasmin Larian has unveiled her second ready-to-wear clothing collection — and it’s ready to dress stylish travelers inspired by that “la dolce vita” life. Created by with cool-girl globetrotters in in mind, the fall ’17 line is comprised of sexy silk dresses, skirts, and billowy blouses in peacock blue and ivory hues ($358 to $428); crisp white cutout tops and shirt-dresses ($248 to $298); slim-fit tuxedo pants and paper bag-waisted bottoms ($288 to $315); and more.

That’s not all: designed and produced entirely in Los Angeles, the brand uses deadstock fabrics and cuts each style in limited quantities to avoid waste during the manufacturing process.

Scroll through the gallery above to take a peek at Cult Gaia’s latest line, then shop the collection online here.

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