Creative director Natalie Ratabesi continues to shape a new identity for the Philosophy woman with fresh fashion-savvy looks. For spring, her collection ranged from tomboy chic to a sophisticated elegance. The show opened with a group of urban skater-inspired looks, including a roomy white organza zippered bomber done in tone-on-tone floral embroideries paired with fluid silk shorts, and a covetable thick two-tone cotton sweater worn over a white shirt with white Bermudas.

Then the lineup evolved into more mature, yet still-fresh, territory. A short-sleeve trenchcoat in baby pink silk came with pleated silk flared pants, while for the evening, Ratabesi offered a clean white maxidress with a layered bodice, its waist decorated in crystal appliqués.

Creative director Natalie Ratabesi continues to shape a new identity for the Philosophy woman with fresh fashion-savvy looks. For spring, her collection ranged from tomboy chic to a sophisticated elegance. The show opened with a group of urban skater-inspired looks, including a roomy white organza zippered bomber done in tone-on-tone floral embroideries paired with fluid silk shorts, and a covetable thick two-tone cotton sweater worn over a white shirt with white Bermudas.

Then the lineup evolved into more mature, yet still-fresh, territory. A short-sleeve trenchcoat in baby pink silk came with pleated silk flared pants, while for the evening, Ratabesi offered a clean white maxidress with a layered bodice, its waist decorated in crystal appliqués.

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