Don O’Neill’s Theia collection was inspired by the works of Ellsworth Kelly and Piet Mondrian, which the designer interpreted with colorblocking and vivid plaids on simple silhouettes, often in stretch tulle over stretch linings, as well as lean black gowns with bright, well-placed accents. He added crop tops to a sleek jumpsuit and a sheath — “It’s a proportion that makes the waist look small,” O’Neill said — and a shift in a bright, beaded Mondrian-influenced plaid added a youthful touch.

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