Johanna Ortiz designs for the traveling woman who never met a ruffle or flower she didn’t like and has “a lot of events.” Her resort collection was practically a party unto itself, with its mood-lifting, Caribbean-inspired colors, floral prints and fresh mariner stripes worked on ruffled raw silk, linen and cotton dresses that exuded an island flair.

 

All of the clothes were festive and undeniably feminine, and several of them were clever too. Romantically constructed obi belts could be worn over dresses and pants or as corset tops, and the range of ruffled takes on men’s wear shirts could be easily dressed up or down.

By  on June 10, 2016

Johanna Ortiz designs for the traveling woman who never met a ruffle or flower she didn’t like and has “a lot of events.” Her resort collection was practically a party unto itself, with its mood-lifting, Caribbean-inspired colors, floral prints and fresh mariner stripes worked on ruffled raw silk, linen and cotton dresses that exuded an island flair.

 

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