Wes Gordon focused on clean, no-fuss silhouettes with a touch of femininity. A simple blush slipdress was embroidered to look like lace, while pencil skirts came with embroidery and lace inserts. “My process was very focused on the woman who wears and buys my clothes so nothing is too precious,” Gordon said. The simple approach was even more evident in the solid, adornment-free looks, i.e., a simple sweater layered over an A-line crepe skirt, and a white slit silk dress. “I want my woman to live her life in these clothes,” Gordon said.

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