Vancouver-based Lija has introduced three golf and sportswear collections for fall that are based on art and literature from the 1920s to the 1950s.
“From Belle Epoque to Art Deco, these artistic collections exude international flair and epitomize Lija in a wide range of styles that can be worn from one activity to the next,” said chief designer Linda Hipp.
“This season we’ve also added a bolder picnic plaid in ‘The Sun Also Rises’ to our characteristic color blocking and striped sweater knits.”
Garden is Eden is a collection of jungle and black, supported by soft tones of opal and putty. It is one of only two collections this year offering the Moulin Plaid and Lija’s modern interpretation of tweed.
Twilight in Italy offers Zeal against muted backdrops of desert, cocoa, cloud and ivory in a collection that includes a Frida Print and tech pique polos.
The Sun Also Rises uses spectra and pitch black to create bold and bright pattens. Stone and steel are the subtle supporting colours showcased in the Cubism print and picnic plaid. Lija’s Ozone outerwear is also featured in the collection.