Creative director Eyan Allen gave his resort collection, which he named Cherry Blossom, an edge by focusing on the precise detailing often present in Japanese design. There were slits down the front of a suit jacket, for example, and a dramatic backless gown camouflaged in mesh, while bursts of Hokkaido orange delivered a pop of color against the mostly black lineup. 

Creative director Eyan Allen gave his resort collection, which he named Cherry Blossom, an edge by focusing on the precise detailing often present in Japanese design. There were slits down the front of a suit jacket, for example, and a dramatic backless gown camouflaged in mesh, while bursts of Hokkaido orange delivered a pop of color against the mostly black lineup. 

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