“I wanted to create that feeling of an otherworldly place in the middle of the city,” said creative director Scott Sternberg of his whimsical set housed under New York’s High Line and the great clothes that followed, all inspired by the cult film “Picnic at Hanging Rock.” There were, of course, picnic stripes that Sternberg fashioned into oversize blazers and slouchy overalls (worn with covetable napkin-striped linen buckle sandals in collaboration with Manolo Blahnik); plenty of his signature shirting, this time accented with pleats or bibs, and pleated wool gauze schoolgirl skirts. More unexpected perhaps was the shiny textured leather poncho, or pretty toile military jackets from Girl (his more feminine women’s collection), yet the looks were undoubtedly the yin to Boy’s more structured yang, and the ca-ching of future cash registers.

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