Stephanie Hahn’s “gender-liberating approach,” inspired by classical men’s wear tailoring, took a sharp turn toward the feminine this season. Channeling the nonchalant glamour of Twenties tennis star Suzanne Lenglen, Hahn presented floor-length skirts in faux-snake PVC and heavy cotton, pairing them with a sharply cut bustier or a cropped men’s shirt to ultramodern effect.

Hahn also introduced her first “Red Carpet” capsule collection, for which she replaced the conventional tuxedo with some terrific bustier overalls in washed silk, telegraphing Lenglen’s athletic chic.

Stephanie Hahn’s “gender-liberating approach,” inspired by classical men’s wear tailoring, took a sharp turn toward the feminine this season. Channeling the nonchalant glamour of Twenties tennis star Suzanne Lenglen, Hahn presented floor-length skirts in faux-snake PVC and heavy cotton, pairing them with a sharply cut bustier or a cropped men’s shirt to ultramodern effect.


Hahn also introduced her first “Red Carpet” capsule collection, for which she replaced the conventional tuxedo with some terrific bustier overalls in washed silk, telegraphing Lenglen’s athletic chic.

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