Dorothee Schumacher is having a blast for spring. Primary colors and Pop Art references made for a fun yet refined array of looks. Roy Lichtenstein comic-book dots added a playful touch to skirts, blouses, and shorts, while embellished cashmere tops and T-shirts proclaimed “Set the world on fire.”
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Leather waslaser-cut and perforated in bold or neutral shades. Standout looks included an embroidered motorcycle jacket in lustrous, heavy satin, and a stiff sheer blouse stitched with a lily print. Bottom-hugging pencil skirts with jaunty zips finished off the punchy ensembles.