The fluorescent light sculptures of artist Dan Flavin informed the color story that senior vice president and design director Greg Myler employed for his latest St. John collection. He kept his shapes architectural in nature, the bright orange tunic and matching pull-on pants in wool knit a good example. Other materials included black leather that trimmed a knit biker jacket and double-face cashmere for a cobalt blue belted coat; the pieces paired nicely with the more traditional looks. This time the signature glitz appeared subtly and solely on eveningwear, a category that is on fire, according to Myler.

The fluorescent light sculptures of artist Dan Flavin informed the color story that senior vice president and design director Greg Myler employed for his latest St. John collection. He kept his shapes architectural in nature, the bright orange tunic and matching pull-on pants in wool knit a good example. Other materials included black leather that trimmed a knit biker jacket and double-face cashmere for a cobalt blue belted coat; the pieces paired nicely with the more traditional looks. This time the signature glitz appeared subtly and solely on eveningwear, a category that is on fire, according to Myler.

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