The second collection designed by Clare Waight Keller was based on the wardrobe of aristocratic English girls studying art in Paris. Looks featured bold prints, a slightly Seventies color palette and easy cuts, whether on loose, cropped sweaters or pajama pants.

The tie-neck blouses, shirtdresses and nifty striped blanket coats and capes were a youthful distillation of what was shown in the main collection.

The second collection designed by Clare Waight Keller was based on the wardrobe of aristocratic English girls studying art in Paris. Looks featured bold prints, a slightly Seventies color palette and easy cuts, whether on loose, cropped sweaters or pajama pants.

The tie-neck blouses, shirtdresses and nifty striped blanket coats and capes were a youthful distillation of what was shown in the main collection.

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