Best known for her prints, Cathy Pill went cosmic with her ready-to-wear collection. The abstract, pixelated prints had an alluring futuristic vibe, and Pill applied them to everything from short skirts to bias-cut tops. She also used a faux-wood print for a flowing tunic and a nice black-and-white fur. While some pieces had a youthful cool, Pill didn’t rally her print talent into a full-blown look, as her attempts at complicated layering or draping lacked the more straightforward appeal of her simpler, slinky dresses.

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Best known for her prints, Cathy Pill went cosmic with her ready-to-wear collection. The abstract, pixelated prints had an alluring futuristic vibe, and Pill applied them to everything from short skirts to bias-cut tops. She also used a faux-wood print for a flowing tunic and a nice black-and-white fur. While some pieces had a youthful cool, Pill didn’t rally her print talent into a full-blown look, as her attempts at complicated layering or draping lacked the more straightforward appeal of her simpler, slinky dresses.


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