Taking a fanciful trip down pretty lane, designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi stayed on the right side of cool. Inspired by Beatrix Potter’s botanical illustrations, Victorian-era scrapbooks and abstract expressionists, they worked a heavy use of prints, texture and color on flirty tops and skirts paired with two-tone tailored separates and intarsia-knit sweaters. With multiple variations on the same look, it felt a bit repetitive, yet the overall effect was enticing.

Taking a fanciful trip down pretty lane, designers Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi stayed on the right side of cool. Inspired by Beatrix Potter’s botanical illustrations, Victorian-era scrapbooks and abstract expressionists, they worked a heavy use of prints, texture and color on flirty tops and skirts paired with two-tone tailored separates and intarsia-knit sweaters. With multiple variations on the same look, it felt a bit repetitive, yet the overall effect was enticing.

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