Taiwanese designer Wang Chen Tsai-Hsia continued on her quest to build sartorial bridges between Asian and Western styles. This season, that translated into coats and dresses in arty colorations hand-sketched to the fabrics, for which the designer took cues from the tricolor pottery of the Tang Dynasty. The burnt orange looked lovely on a roomy wool coat, loosely belted on the waist, while the elegant swagger of another in black satin evoked an empirical luxuriousness while utterly modern at the same time.

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