“The idea was adventure,” said Cynthia Rowley, whose travel to Mexico, Africa and Brazil influenced the prints for her collection. There was a “madras gone crazy,” as Rowley put it, on a skinny suit, sailor-striped tops and a kaleidoscope print that looked great on a silk sundress. Sequins, embroidery and Moroccan-style tunics added an eclectic, global flavor to the mix, which Rowley tamed in her own quirky style.

“The idea was adventure,” said Cynthia Rowley, whose travel to Mexico, Africa and Brazil influenced the prints for her collection. There was a “madras gone crazy,” as Rowley put it, on a skinny suit, sailor-striped tops and a kaleidoscope print that looked great on a silk sundress. Sequins, embroidery and Moroccan-style tunics added an eclectic, global flavor to the mix, which Rowley tamed in her own quirky style.

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