For longtime Lafayette 148 creative director Edward Wilkerson, each season begins with his own original artwork. A bold abstract painting in red and black started the conversation this time, resulting in a brushstroke print that was used, for example, on a sheath dress. The bold red was carried into monochromatic separates — the brand’s bread and butter — including a tunic and slim cropped pants, while supple leathers, both real and fake, were also worked into the lineup.

For longtime Lafayette 148 creative director Edward Wilkerson, each season begins with his own original artwork. A bold abstract painting in red and black started the conversation this time, resulting in a brushstroke print that was used, for example, on a sheath dress. The bold red was carried into monochromatic separates — the brand’s bread and butter — including a tunic and slim cropped pants, while supple leathers, both real and fake, were also worked into the lineup.

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