Mara Hoffman's spring 2014 fashion show featured prints more than a little reminiscent of the conspiracy theory-laden "All Seeing Eye."
As evidence of the symbol's significance, here are two answers from a 2011 question asked by Yahoo! user Corey A, if that is his real name: "Is the all seeing eye on the 1 dollar bill bad? What does it really mean? Is it bad or is it good? Does it mean god is watching us?"
Now neither of these answers received the most votes from fellow Yahoo! users, which is a shame. But let's not let that hold us back.
Anyway, here's the eye on a loosely tailored pantsuit.
And on both a floaty sundress and bandeau bra to match.
The print popped up on other dressy occasions in pink.
Also printed on the back of cropped, varsity-style jackets.
And even on sunglasses, painstakingly shaped with those dinky little beads you'd use to make friendship bracelets as a kid.
Hoffman's show did feature a much wider array of intricate, slightly tribal-inspired prints.
I mean, this just looks like a nice example of a breezy geometric print. Shades of ancient Egypt in in its inspirations, maybe?
And these are just some nice tie-dyed separates. No hidden meanings there, surely.
And then, crucially, Mara came out to take her post-show bow wearing the print herself.
She'd even made a special kiddie-sized pair of the pants for her daughter.