This was a strong debut from Marissa Webb, the former head of women’s design at J. Crew, who last year at this time was prepping the retailer’s collection for its first fashion-week show. For anyone wondering if Webb’s own line would be a J. Crew redux, it wasn’t. Hers was a cleaner, more urbanized look, with the best delivered in crisp black and white, such as a slick black leather shell worn over a blouse and wide-leg cropped pants, both in white. Webb has a great way with leathers, which were worked into refined moto styles. And the collection didn’t lack for color, either: Head-to-toe red and a little neon balanced out the mix.

This was a strong debut from Marissa Webb, the former head of women’s design at J. Crew, who last year at this time was prepping the retailer’s collection for its first fashion-week show. For anyone wondering if Webb’s own line would be a J. Crew redux, it wasn’t. Hers was a cleaner, more urbanized look, with the best delivered in crisp black and white, such as a slick black leather shell worn over a blouse and wide-leg cropped pants, both in white. Webb has a great way with leathers, which were worked into refined moto styles. And the collection didn’t lack for color, either: Head-to-toe red and a little neon balanced out the mix.

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