A much stronger outing than last season’s collection, Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi’s spring offering blended graphic patchwork prints, athletic influences and crisp minimalism with a great sense of color and sporty ease.

The palette of white, pink and cornflower blue was dynamic, and proved a powerful canvas for the prints, which combined kaleidoscope colors with Liberty florals in patterns that mimicked classic quilting in a very modern way.

Silhouettes were feminine yet sporty, combining tailored details and precise cuts with sexy girlishness. Examples included sweaters with open backs and fitted dresses with wide-set straps and folded skirts. Aside from a few flimsy-looking tech fabrics, the materials exuded luxury, a white matelassé fabric used on a peplum top and skirt, in particular.

A much stronger outing than last season’s collection, Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi’s spring offering blended graphic patchwork prints, athletic influences and crisp minimalism with a great sense of color and sporty ease.

The palette of white, pink and cornflower blue was dynamic, and proved a powerful canvas for the prints, which combined kaleidoscope colors with Liberty florals in patterns that mimicked classic quilting in a very modern way.

Silhouettes were feminine yet sporty, combining tailored details and precise cuts with sexy girlishness. Examples included sweaters with open backs and fitted dresses with wide-set straps and folded skirts. Aside from a few flimsy-looking tech fabrics, the materials exuded luxury, a white matelassé fabric used on a peplum top and skirt, in particular.

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