Expressing “an easy spirit through tailoring” was Richard Chai’s goal for resort. Mission accomplished in his languid separates, such as a cropped T-shirt and high-waisted pants, and slouchy suiting. A stark white jacket and trouser combination worn with a cobalt shirt looked boldly minimal, while a skirt “suit” — a cropped jacket with utility pockets worn with a gently flared silk skirt that was banded at the waist and hem — was soft and sporty. Blue was the premier color, whether in muted solids or bright accents in abstract prints.

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