Stoned Immaculate’s Spring Collection Is A 1970s L.A. Dream

California Dreamin', On such a winter's day

Photo courtesy of Stoned Immaculate.

Stoned Immaculate The Label, which first launched last November, is the retro-inspired ready-to-wear collection designed by vintage dealer Chloe Chippendale. The line first grew from Chippendale’s desire to incorporate the quality and aesthetic of the vintage pieces she sells under Stoned Immaculate Vintage, which has gained quite the cult following online, into her very own label. 

The Spring 2016 collection launches later today, and it’s the epitome of early '70s Los Angeles, drawing most of the inspiration from the Laurel Canyon neighborhood. Tucked away on the canyon hillsides, it's where some of the greatest musicians and influencers of the time—such as Janis Joplin, Joni Mitchell, The Monkees, and Neil Young—sought refuge from the bright lights and noise of the Sunset Strip. With a mix of delicate chiffon blouses, vintage-inspired T-shirts, and plenty of high-waisted flared denim and delicate embroidery, the collection pays homage to the fashion, music, and culture of the era. 

Prices range from $89 for hot pants to $498 for a suede jumper dress, and the styles will be available for purchase online tonight. Click through the gallery to take an exclusive peek at the hazy lookbook.