For resort, Yeohlee Teng considered her favorite classics — the pea jacket, trenchcoat and safari looks — and made them her way. There were jackets in softened shapes, contoured raincoats with military details and desert or jungle-toned prints on sarong pants and outsize shirts. She balanced the prints with a neutral palette and lots of white. Naturally, the designer’s signature architectural slant was here, shown in calf-length, cylinder dresses or sheaths with clever shoulder detailing.

For resort, Yeohlee Teng considered her favorite classics — the pea jacket, trenchcoat and safari looks — and made them her way. There were jackets in softened shapes, contoured raincoats with military details and desert or jungle-toned prints on sarong pants and outsize shirts. She balanced the prints with a neutral palette and lots of white. Naturally, the designer’s signature architectural slant was here, shown in calf-length, cylinder dresses or sheaths with clever shoulder detailing.

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