Yeohlee Teng infused subtle twists into her easy pre-fall lineup, softening her signature architectural shapes with deceptively fluid fabrics such as crepe and silk cupro. Her continued attention to form and construction could be seen in jackets that stood away from the body, worked in mixed patterns that delivered surface punch. Case in point: a version in a clean collage of jacquards — plaid, houndstooth, tropical floral — paired to a matching skirt. Teng also showed looks with more obvious movement, including a group of charming, generously fringed dresses and skirts inspired, surprisingly, by Marilyn Monroe in “Some Like It Hot.”

By  on January 5, 2016

Yeohlee Teng infused subtle twists into her easy pre-fall lineup, softening her signature architectural shapes with deceptively fluid fabrics such as crepe and silk cupro. Her continued attention to form and construction could be seen in jackets that stood away from the body, worked in mixed patterns that delivered surface punch. Case in point: a version in a clean collage of jacquards — plaid, houndstooth, tropical floral — paired to a matching skirt. Teng also showed looks with more obvious movement, including a group of charming, generously fringed dresses and skirts inspired, surprisingly, by Marilyn Monroe in “Some Like It Hot.”

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