Daniel Wingate covered a lot of territory with his Escada resort collection, a vast lineup of workwear, vacation wear and eveningwear. It was a mixed bag of hits and misses. Softly tailored wide-leg pants, a pleated tie-neck blouse and tuxedo-inspired evening jumpsuits were on the mark of sophisticated and practical modernity, while the monochromatic looks in orange and peachy pink felt fussy, although they gave the collection breadth for customers of all ages.

 

 

The freshest point of view came by way of heritage scarves — in honor of Escada’s 40th anniversary, Wingate reissued archive scarf prints on wrap tops, boardshorts and skirts that captured a playful, resort-esque energy.

By  on May 26, 2015

Daniel Wingate covered a lot of territory with his Escada resort collection, a vast lineup of workwear, vacation wear and eveningwear. It was a mixed bag of hits and misses. Softly tailored wide-leg pants, a pleated tie-neck blouse and tuxedo-inspired evening jumpsuits were on the mark of sophisticated and practical modernity, while the monochromatic looks in orange and peachy pink felt fussy, although they gave the collection breadth for customers of all ages.

 

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