Jane Lewis called her cool, understated collection “compact, considered and full of essentials.” She riffed on her signature Sixties-inspired shapes, tossed in a maxidress with a more Seventies feel and added a dense leaf print to a mostly monochromatic lineup.

 

A cobalt trapeze dress came with elongated, topstitched seams down the front and sleeves, while a blossom pink A-line dress was paired with a matching one-button coat with patch pockets in a nod to Jackie Kennedy, circa 1964. Roomy tops featured padded rollnecks or topstitched seams, and were worn with narrow black trousers with thick, turned-up cuffs. The breezy maxidress was covered in a lush leaf print and had pleats at the front, well-suited to Jackie and her set in their Seventies iteration.

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