Providing live musical accompaniment, singer Ben Ivory looked cool and debonair in a typical Kerner design: a well-cut navy cotton suit and dark gray-blue shirt. Not that this club-kid-turned-designer didn’t play around a bit, slicing a diagonal off his otherwise classic one-button jackets to create a front notch, or going zigzag asymmetric on tailored double-breasted jackets. The charming sweaters with kissing fish, all-seeing eyes and flying critters added a very wearable fun element, as did patent leather shoppers and laptop covers in non-utilitarian colors. The women’s range was more party oriented, in neutrals spiked with hot colored chiffon; pastel patent or metallic leather; and large, round pebble toned paillettes. Simple silhouettes, accessorized with Mary Jane flats, looked freshest, while the no-fuss black pantsuit taken from the guys worked to seductive effect with its high, cutaway front.
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