Thakoon Panichgul riffed on men’s shirts for pre-fall, but there was little that read mannish in the charming lineup. Rather, the classic got tweaked, twisted and injected with color. On a tunic, Panichgul seemed to haphazardly combine striped and floral fabrics in an asymmetric pattern. The two could have easily clashed but Panichgul delivered a look full of youthful appeal, especially when paired with loose-fitting pin-striped pants.
Panichgul cited Air Force jackets as another inspiration. His take — an orange floral jacquard bomber lined in solid orange — worked beautifully over a red dress that melded a leopard and flower print.