For her print-focused Clover Canyon collection, designer Rozae Nichols took her girls on a South American adventure for resort. She parlayed the saturated colors of the landscape, birds and the region’s traditional Mola embroidery onto the line’s body-con Neoprene, some of which was reversible. But the real news came in the easier shapes such as the T-shirt and side-slit tank dresses in sequins or a metallic eyelash fabric, and the dreamy sarong pants paired with a crop top.

For her print-focused Clover Canyon collection, designer Rozae Nichols took her girls on a South American adventure for resort. She parlayed the saturated colors of the landscape, birds and the region’s traditional Mola embroidery onto the line’s body-con Neoprene, some of which was reversible. But the real news came in the easier shapes such as the T-shirt and side-slit tank dresses in sequins or a metallic eyelash fabric, and the dreamy sarong pants paired with a crop top.

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