Jonathan Cohen looked to his San Diego roots — think sand and surf on La Jolla’s Windansea beach — to guide him for spring. Along with the idea of Sixties counterculture in Tom Wolfe’s “The Pump House Gang,” Cohen rendered his theme via several prints, including a floral one taken from a vintage VW wagon he saw on the beach. That motif was used on a cropped shirt with matching drawstring pants, while a whimsical drawing of a naked female surfer was worked repeatedly on a simple white dress with long sleeves.

Jonathan Cohen looked to his San Diego roots — think sand and surf on La Jolla’s Windansea beach — to guide him for spring. Along with the idea of Sixties counterculture in Tom Wolfe’s “The Pump House Gang,” Cohen rendered his theme via several prints, including a floral one taken from a vintage VW wagon he saw on the beach. That motif was used on a cropped shirt with matching drawstring pants, while a whimsical drawing of a naked female surfer was worked repeatedly on a simple white dress with long sleeves.

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