Brian Wolk and Claude Morais based their collection on Françoise Sagan’s novel “Bonjour Tristesse,” the dark tale of a young French girl, her father and his mistress. The designers put aside the sad story and focused on the youthful French part, infusing their lineup with classic French flourishes, such as tie-neck blouses, variations on the trench, shirtdresses with defined collars and buttons, and a variety of nice floral prints, which combined for a cute and quirky ingenue look.

Brian Wolk and Claude Morais based their collection on Françoise Sagan’s novel “Bonjour Tristesse,” the dark tale of a young French girl, her father and his mistress. The designers put aside the sad story and focused on the youthful French part, infusing their lineup with classic French flourishes, such as tie-neck blouses, variations on the trench, shirtdresses with defined collars and buttons, and a variety of nice floral prints, which combined for a cute and quirky ingenue look.

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