Preen’s Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi looked East for their resort collection. Japanese flowers were printed on structured dresses, skirts and tops while leopard and traditional Ukiyo-e patterns gave life to belted shirtdresses and blouses. Among the noteworthy highlights: the oversize and deftly draped kimono-inspired frocks. But lest things get too gimmicky, Bregazzi and Thornton also tossed in some great fuchsia and red solids, at times colorblocked on a maxi or knee-length dress, that boosted the collection’s modern edge.

Preen’s Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi looked East for their resort collection. Japanese flowers were printed on structured dresses, skirts and tops while leopard and traditional Ukiyo-e patterns gave life to belted shirtdresses and blouses. Among the noteworthy highlights: the oversize and deftly draped kimono-inspired frocks. But lest things get too gimmicky, Bregazzi and Thornton also tossed in some great fuchsia and red solids, at times colorblocked on a maxi or knee-length dress, that boosted the collection’s modern edge.

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