Feminine elements juxtaposed masculine references in Peter Jensen’s latest collection. The result: a relaxed, youthful lineup with a hint of a street appeal. A boyish hooded anorak jacket was paired with shorts with flouncy scalloped hems — both done in a houndstooth check. Tailored shirt-striped fabrics appeared on a billowy shirtdress that gathered and tied at the waist and on high-waisted, ankle-length skirts.

 

Known for his colorful and whimsical prints, Jensen revived old graphics from previous collections — a big apple from spring 2009, florals from spring 2007 — enlarging and manipulating the images for a 3-D effect. The patterns were appliquéd onto a polo shirt, cardigan and smock dresses and skirts, some with pleats. Cheerful yellow, blue and rainbow prints brightened the basic black and gray palette.

By  on June 21, 2016

Feminine elements juxtaposed masculine references in Peter Jensen’s latest collection. The result: a relaxed, youthful lineup with a hint of a street appeal. A boyish hooded anorak jacket was paired with shorts with flouncy scalloped hems — both done in a houndstooth check. Tailored shirt-striped fabrics appeared on a billowy shirtdress that gathered and tied at the waist and on high-waisted, ankle-length skirts.

 

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