In her first New York show, Los Angeles-based Rozae Nichols sent out an explosion of color and patterns at Clover Canyon. It all felt young and fun, with easy silhouettes and statement-making prints in the visually dynamic, wearable collection. A simple halter dress was worked in a complicated engineered print, a neoprene frock featured a vintage car graphic and the matching floral-print shirt and pants worked great with 3-D embroidery.

In her first New York show, Los Angeles-based Rozae Nichols sent out an explosion of color and patterns at Clover Canyon. It all felt young and fun, with easy silhouettes and statement-making prints in the visually dynamic, wearable collection. A simple halter dress was worked in a complicated engineered print, a neoprene frock featured a vintage car graphic and the matching floral-print shirt and pants worked great with 3-D embroidery.

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