Inspired by the cherry blossoms and magnolia trees in full bloom at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, designer Don O’Neill offered a Japanese flavor in his Theia collection. Cherry-blossom prints made their way onto dramatic evening gowns, a vintage floral kimono print landed on a Neoprene sweatshirt and a chrysanthemum pattern was used in a jacquard dress — all rendered with a romantic hand.

Inspired by the cherry blossoms and magnolia trees in full bloom at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, designer Don O’Neill offered a Japanese flavor in his Theia collection. Cherry-blossom prints made their way onto dramatic evening gowns, a vintage floral kimono print landed on a Neoprene sweatshirt and a chrysanthemum pattern was used in a jacquard dress — all rendered with a romantic hand.

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