Ace Nayman kicks off the 2024 season with its new Spring – Summer collection “Soft- Morphe” with designs reflecting its own DNA.

Inspired by the realist and pop-art style works of Alex Katz and 3D printing artist Audrey Large, the collection is a bridge between the modern art of the past and the future. Creative Director Ece Nayman created the color palette of this collection based on Katz’s exhibition at the Guggenheim and the abstraction of the patterns was inspired by Large’s presentation at Salone del Mobile.

In the collection where navy blue and peach tones stand out in contrast, the versions of the main patterns adapted to knitwear are the remarkable pieces of the collection. Unisex models such as oversized raincoats and trouser sets are among the alternative looks for both men and women customers of the brand. Jean suits, leggings sets and tulle pieces with monogram pattern are the key pieces of the season.

“Soft – Morphe” is one of the collections that best reflects Ace Nayman’s purpose of existence and the design language it represents, showing once again that the brand is ready for a fun and colorful summer season. The Spring-Summer collection is available at