By  on November 19, 2007

Whether it's labeled a Moroccan djellaba, an Egyptian galabia or simply a caftan, American designers' takes on that dramatic easy shape are part of spring's exotic mood. Here, Josie Natori's polyester crepe de chine version. Necklace and rings from Carol Horn.

The charm of easy cotton hippie looks has become a classic, enduring from the Sixties right into this spring. Now lingerie designers interpret the look in one- or two-piece versions — both long and short. The details: light colors, tiers, patchwork and lace.

PHOTOS BY PASHA ANTONOV; MODEL HELEN GEORGE/ELITE; HAIR BY DARIA WRIGHT FOR DARIAWRIGHT.COM; MAKEUP BY MIZU; ALL JEWELRY FROM CAROL HORN; PHOTO ASSISTANT: JILL LEWIS; FASHION ASSISTANT: JENNIFER KOO

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