It’s been four seasons since Joaquin Trias launched his collection and, in that short time, he has come into his own. In the past, his wares tended to be overly designed and tricky, but he’s finally found his balance, manipulating luxe fabric — Italian wools and silks plus techno fabrics from Japan — and wrapping the body to create gentle drapes and folds on dresses, skirts and tops. The best looks included a delicately folded blue shirtdress and a simply draped silk wrap dress with sculpted sleeves.

It’s been four seasons since Joaquin Trias launched his collection and, in that short time, he has come into his own. In the past, his wares tended to be overly designed and tricky, but he’s finally found his balance, manipulating luxe fabric — Italian wools and silks plus techno fabrics from Japan — and wrapping the body to create gentle drapes and folds on dresses, skirts and tops. The best looks included a delicately folded blue shirtdress and a simply draped silk wrap dress with sculpted sleeves.

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