“I like the idea of taking something delicate and roughing it up a bit,” said Raleigh Workshop’s Sarah Lytvinenko, while gesturing to an organza burlap trenchcoat swathed in a dreamy pastel print of a photo of pickled cherry blossoms. It played nicely off slim-cut perforated cotton shirting and lean, flared jeans.

“I like the idea of taking something delicate and roughing it up a bit,” said Raleigh Workshop’s Sarah Lytvinenko, while gesturing to an organza burlap trenchcoat swathed in a dreamy pastel print of a photo of pickled cherry blossoms. It played nicely off slim-cut perforated cotton shirting and lean, flared jeans.

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