Creative director Stuart Vevers offered a neo-Bourgeois lineup, featuring some new takes on silk scarf dresses and shirts, using geometric prints inspired by Spanish tiles. A terra-cotta dress patterned with small lizards and bold white chevron stripes at the neckline was particularly nice. The geometric theme carried over to pencil skirts, jackets and dresses with graphic seam construction and geometric perforations. But the collection, particularly the metallic leather skirts and suede dresses and suits — looked very hard.

Creative director Stuart Vevers offered a neo-Bourgeois lineup, featuring some new takes on silk scarf dresses and shirts, using geometric prints inspired by Spanish tiles. A terra-cotta dress patterned with small lizards and bold white chevron stripes at the neckline was particularly nice. The geometric theme carried over to pencil skirts, jackets and dresses with graphic seam construction and geometric perforations. But the collection, particularly the metallic leather skirts and suede dresses and suits — looked very hard.

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