Refreshing is the word that comes to mind with newcomer Caron Callahan’s collection, faintly inspired by the Met’s recent “Art of the Samurai” exhibit. These are quietly confident, thoughtful clothes — Callahan doesn’t chase after edginess or extremes — that work the posh side of dressing without being too precious. Highlights include the gentle bias-cut dresses, lush wool coats and embroidered scarves, skirts and camis cut from traditional Pakistani quilts.

 

Refreshing is the word that comes to mind with newcomer Caron Callahan’s collection, faintly inspired by the Met’s recent "Art of the Samurai" exhibit. These are quietly confident, thoughtful clothes — Callahan doesn’t chase after edginess or extremes — that work the posh side of dressing without being too precious. Highlights include the gentle bias-cut dresses, lush wool coats and embroidered scarves, skirts and camis cut from traditional Pakistani quilts.

 

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