For his first season at St. John’s design helm, Greg Myler returned to some of the codes for which the label is known: clean, wearable silhouettes and a variety of signature stitches like the one that mimicked the ribbed texture of Shantung. “We had walked away from color for a while,” said Myler. “So we loved the idea of brights.” That, in fact, is what saved this lineup from bland land. Hot pink, red, green and yellow were key; highlights included the bright pink knit flare top and a matching pencil skirt, and the red dress featuring an inverted pleat at the waist, cinched with a wide black patent belt. There was also a selection of all-navy looks that, while not exactly showstopping, were elegant.

For his first season at St. John’s design helm, Greg Myler returned to some of the codes for which the label is known: clean, wearable silhouettes and a variety of signature stitches like the one that mimicked the ribbed texture of Shantung. “We had walked away from color for a while,” said Myler. “So we loved the idea of brights.” That, in fact, is what saved this lineup from bland land. Hot pink, red, green and yellow were key; highlights included the bright pink knit flare top and a matching pencil skirt, and the red dress featuring an inverted pleat at the waist, cinched with a wide black patent belt. There was also a selection of all-navy looks that, while not exactly showstopping, were elegant.

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