“Effortless chic” is how George Sharp described his tight lineup for St. John’s first formal New York Fashion Week presentation. And chic it was. For day, he focused on classic sportswear — tailored trousers, sexy pencil skirts, feminine silk blouses, a cozy fur-trimmed jacket — all in a camel and gray palette. And since “it’s about being comfortable yet stylish,” Sharp mixed in some easy sportswear for night too, as in a V-neck sweater paired with a long sequined skirt.

“Effortless chic” is how George Sharp described his tight lineup for St. John’s first formal New York Fashion Week presentation. And chic it was. For day, he focused on classic sportswear — tailored trousers, sexy pencil skirts, feminine silk blouses, a cozy fur-trimmed jacket — all in a camel and gray palette. And since “it’s about being comfortable yet stylish,” Sharp mixed in some easy sportswear for night too, as in a V-neck sweater paired with a long sequined skirt.

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