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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