The design team’s graphic approach to color and pattern permeated Agnona’s collection, which paired blouses in checkered silk with stripy sweaters in a novel take on the traditional twinset. The label’s White collection of sporty casuals placed the focus on fine fabrics, such as the double cashmere of a Sixties-style collarless coat in zingy yellow, which was slung over a circle-print silk shift. Those geometric patterns were echoed in Martin Grant’s designs for the Brown line, including a floor-length halterneck silk dress in a blown-up grid pattern. There was plenty of toned-down glamour, too, with fluid crepe de Chine wide-leg pants and lightweight summer versions of the hand-embroidered sweaters launched last season, rendered here in cotton rather than cashmere.

 

The design team’s graphic approach to color and pattern permeated Agnona’s collection, which paired blouses in checkered silk with stripy sweaters in a novel take on the traditional twinset. The label’s White collection of sporty casuals placed the focus on fine fabrics, such as the double cashmere of a Sixties-style collarless coat in zingy yellow, which was slung over a circle-print silk shift. Those geometric patterns were echoed in Martin Grant’s designs for the Brown line, including a floor-length halterneck silk dress in a blown-up grid pattern. There was plenty of toned-down glamour, too, with fluid crepe de Chine wide-leg pants and lightweight summer versions of the hand-embroidered sweaters launched last season, rendered here in cotton rather than cashmere.

 

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