A former Savile Row pattern cutter now in his second year as a designer, Alexander Lewis looked to Palm Springs, Calif., for resort. The historic modernist Sunnylands estate informed both the candy and desert colors as well as the geometric elements. A simple shirtdress popped in an iridescent blue organza, while a sand-hued linen top featured a cactus-green inset and matching palazzo pants. Both looks were paired with coordinating sandals done in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik.

A former Savile Row pattern cutter now in his second year as a designer, Alexander Lewis looked to Palm Springs, Calif., for resort. The historic modernist Sunnylands estate informed both the candy and desert colors as well as the geometric elements. A simple shirtdress popped in an iridescent blue organza, while a sand-hued linen top featured a cactus-green inset and matching palazzo pants. Both looks were paired with coordinating sandals done in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik.

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