Designer Wayne Lee’s flowing layered looks offered more for the cool, intellectual crowd with a mainly monochromatic white color scheme (save for a blue rope print designed with painter Benjamin Degen and black-and-white graphics) and avant-garde touches like bindings, harnesses, asymmetric hemlines and deconstructed details on dresses, sleeveless vests and shorts.

Designer Wayne Lee’s flowing layered looks offered more for the cool, intellectual crowd with a mainly monochromatic white color scheme (save for a blue rope print designed with painter Benjamin Degen and black-and-white graphics) and avant-garde touches like bindings, harnesses, asymmetric hemlines and deconstructed details on dresses, sleeveless vests and shorts.

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