For his latest St. John lineup, Greg Myler looked to mid-century architecture, specifically the Glass House — Philip Johnson’s see-through masterpiece of 1949, with its game-changing minimalist design and geometric proportions.

 

Color-blocked stripes and patterns gave Myler’s collection of knit dresses and separates their modernist, graphic edge. Done entirely in black, white, red and blue, the lineup offered clean, simple silhouettes — think fit-and-flare dresses and striped, stretch cotton poplin trousers — as well as a few options for evening. Among those, a strapless sequined jumpsuit was the highlight.

 

Resort also marked the relaunch of St. John Sport, a new line of casualwear to sit alongside the St. John label. Myler’s take on ath-leisure felt relaxed, but polished — no spandex to be found here — and he channeled a sporty-utilitarian vibe with side-striped track pants, knit bomber jackets and a stretch twill parka. Oversize wrap sweaters and cashmere sweats felt effortlessly luxe, ideal for easy-weekend dressing.

By  on June 22, 2016

For his latest St. John lineup, Greg Myler looked to mid-century architecture, specifically the Glass House — Philip Johnson’s see-through masterpiece of 1949, with its game-changing minimalist design and geometric proportions.

 

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