“Fashionable, not fashion victim,” said ICB’s creative director Prabal Gurung when describing the girl that inspired this cool and fun collection.

Many silhouettes were oversize and cropped for a relaxed, street-chic appeal, but Gurung also paid attention to structure. The group of white looks that opened the show, for example, included a wool cocoon biker jacket with pleated mini shorts and a short top with roomy carrot-shaped pants.

Inspired by the fluorescent light installations of American minimalist artist Dan Flavin, Gurung experimented with technical fabrics: A holographlike print popped on a cotton shirt with ample sleeves, while an iridescent finish was used on a cropped stretch sateen top.

The designer incorporated a pastel palette for ICB’s eveningwear, which included egg-shaped organza dresses embroidered with vinyl sequins.

“Fashionable, not fashion victim,” said ICB’s creative director Prabal Gurung when describing the girl that inspired this cool and fun collection.

Many silhouettes were oversize and cropped for a relaxed, street-chic appeal, but Gurung also paid attention to structure. The group of white looks that opened the show, for example, included a wool cocoon biker jacket with pleated mini shorts and a short top with roomy carrot-shaped pants.

Inspired by the fluorescent light installations of American minimalist artist Dan Flavin, Gurung experimented with technical fabrics: A holographlike print popped on a cotton shirt with ample sleeves, while an iridescent finish was used on a cropped stretch sateen top.

The designer incorporated a pastel palette for ICB’s eveningwear, which included egg-shaped organza dresses embroidered with vinyl sequins.

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