Adam Lippes was inspired by the view from his studio window, the High Line, which he calls “the runway in the sky.” Accordingly, he handled spring with a charming exuberance that focused on bright colors, bold prints and flirty shapes. Underscoring the eclecticism, a  girly vibe was reflected in short floral dresses and ivory linen versions with embroidered lace panels, as well as short skirts and cropped pants rendered in floral-printed denim and delicately sheer coats. Lippes even went soft with sportier fare, such as neon sweatpants paired with a rhinestone-embellished short-sleeve sweatshirt. The only masculine touch came in a pair of gold-embroidered strike-up-the-band jackets, the best in red wool over a long ivory lace dress. While a bit out of step with most of the show, they added a fun vintage touch in an otherwise savvy modern collection.

Adam Lippes was inspired by the view from his studio window, the High Line, which he calls “the runway in the sky.” Accordingly, he handled spring with a charming exuberance that focused on bright colors, bold prints and flirty shapes. Underscoring the eclecticism, a  girly vibe was reflected in short floral dresses and ivory linen versions with embroidered lace panels, as well as short skirts and cropped pants rendered in floral-printed denim and delicately sheer coats. Lippes even went soft with sportier fare, such as neon sweatpants paired with a rhinestone-embellished short-sleeve sweatshirt. The only masculine touch came in a pair of gold-embroidered strike-up-the-band jackets, the best in red wool over a long ivory lace dress. While a bit out of step with most of the show, they added a fun vintage touch in an otherwise savvy modern collection.

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