Alice Temperley looked to the Japanese folk tale “Heron Maiden” for pre-fall. The story — of an enchanted fabric weaver who turns into a bird — was translated into stylized bird jacquards, obi folds, cherry-blossom embroidery and graphic broderie anglaise, all in a palette of taupe, cream, mustard black and red. There were several maxi styles, as well as high-waist paper-bag trousers and several chunky knit sweaters paired with embroidered skirts.

Alice Temperley looked to the Japanese folk tale “Heron Maiden” for pre-fall. The story — of an enchanted fabric weaver who turns into a bird — was translated into stylized bird jacquards, obi folds, cherry-blossom embroidery and graphic broderie anglaise, all in a palette of taupe, cream, mustard black and red. There were several maxi styles, as well as high-waist paper-bag trousers and several chunky knit sweaters paired with embroidered skirts.

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