“Color! Color! Color!” was how Josie Natori described her collection — quite a departure from her black-and-white of last year’s resort. Her bold solids (lime, hot pink and turquoise) and a smattering of prints came on stretch fabrics and in close-fitting shapes — simple shifts, ruffle-front dresses and cigarette pants. She loosened up with silk kimono-inspired tops, cowl-neck tops and dolman-sleeve knitted boleros.

“Color! Color! Color!” was how Josie Natori described her collection — quite a departure from her black-and-white of last year’s resort. Her bold solids (lime, hot pink and turquoise) and a smattering of prints came on stretch fabrics and in close-fitting shapes — simple shifts, ruffle-front dresses and cigarette pants. She loosened up with silk kimono-inspired tops, cowl-neck tops and dolman-sleeve knitted boleros.

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