Katharine Polk was feeling blue this spring; the color, in various shades, was all over her Houghton runway, from navy silk slipdresses to baby blue button-downs borrowed from the boys. As always, lace was an important element for the designer, and this season, she managed to make it look casual — think Chantilly lace skirts paired with boxy cotton tops. Her lineup included some other unexpected twists, like a glamorous bias-cut dress done in black and navy plaid.

Katharine Polk was feeling blue this spring; the color, in various shades, was all over her Houghton runway, from navy silk slipdresses to baby blue button-downs borrowed from the boys. As always, lace was an important element for the designer, and this season, she managed to make it look casual — think Chantilly lace skirts paired with boxy cotton tops. Her lineup included some other unexpected twists, like a glamorous bias-cut dress done in black and navy plaid.

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