Resort marks the first season that Alice Temperley showed her day and evening collections under the single Temperley London label, and with it, she said, comes a new mood: “The attitude is younger — the eveningwear is sexier and the daywear is sharp and effortless.” The designer added that she’s also being driven by what she wants to wear, so she worked her favorite white shirts into insouciant evening looks, such as the simple pintucked blouse paired with a jacquard silk column skirt in a moth and butterfly print. Clashing checks were also prominent, with a boyish three-piece wool pantsuit done in a gray Prince of Wales pattern and worn with a fringed, diamond-pattern scarf.

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus