For spring, designer Keith Muramatsu turned out loose, easy-fitting silhouettes in a mix of Easter-egg hues, large polka dots and a geometric check print. Ankle-length pants and a-line skirts were paired with prim sweaters and hooded blousons, and delicate chiffon trimmed knit dresses and tops. His signature knitwear showed up in the form of cardigans, vests, bubble shorts and dresses with details like tiny applique ribbons, fair isle patterns and doily-like crochet accents.

For spring, designer Keith Muramatsu turned out loose, easy-fitting silhouettes in a mix of Easter-egg hues, large polka dots and a geometric check print. Ankle-length pants and a-line skirts were paired with prim sweaters and hooded blousons, and delicate chiffon trimmed knit dresses and tops. His signature knitwear showed up in the form of cardigans, vests, bubble shorts and dresses with details like tiny applique ribbons, fair isle patterns and doily-like crochet accents.

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