Op Art was the impetus for Raoul’s design director Odile Benjamin, guiding the ladylike collection toward graphic prints and clean lines. A great example was a boxy black leather jacket that featured a tiny collar and bow detail at its neck, paired with a full skirt in a black-and-white optical print. There were circular appliqués on sheath dresses and leather pencil skirts, not to mention prism and grid prints on separates in lightweight fabrics, making for easy summer-to-fall options.

Op Art was the impetus for Raoul’s design director Odile Benjamin, guiding the ladylike collection toward graphic prints and clean lines. A great example was a boxy black leather jacket that featured a tiny collar and bow detail at its neck, paired with a full skirt in a black-and-white optical print. There were circular appliqués on sheath dresses and leather pencil skirts, not to mention prism and grid prints on separates in lightweight fabrics, making for easy summer-to-fall options.

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