There’s something to be said for a designer who knows her aesthetic — and sticks with it. Such is Tess Giberson, whose spring collection continued down her moody path, where mannish suiting paired up with delicate knits and transparent accents, forming a perfectly stripped-down look. But while fall was all about layers and volume, this season Giberson took her clothes down to their bare roots, slicing away strips of fabric on a dress, unraveling the hems on trousers, bleaching out color. These clothes were not tricky, yet the subtle details made each of the 25 looks feel special.

There’s something to be said for a designer who knows her aesthetic — and sticks with it. Such is Tess Giberson, whose spring collection continued down her moody path, where mannish suiting paired up with delicate knits and transparent accents, forming a perfectly stripped-down look. But while fall was all about layers and volume, this season Giberson took her clothes down to their bare roots, slicing away strips of fabric on a dress, unraveling the hems on trousers, bleaching out color. These clothes were not tricky, yet the subtle details made each of the 25 looks feel special.

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