“The dialogue between soft and feminine, and clean and modern” is how Wes Gordon described his design ethos backstage preshow. For spring, he confidently pushed that notion further with silhouettes that were streamlined without being plain. A pink stretch-crepe blazer, for example, was shown with a gray knit top and a textured denim pencil skirt, while crystal and metal embroidery added some dazzle to staples such as a tweed sweater teamed with black twill cigarette pants. Although some looks — particularly the white dresses that closed the show — were a nod to Calvin Klein in their simplicity, Gordon demonstrated a crisp sophistication that was fresh and appealing.

“The dialogue between soft and feminine, and clean and modern” is how Wes Gordon described his design ethos backstage preshow. For spring, he confidently pushed that notion further with silhouettes that were streamlined without being plain. A pink stretch-crepe blazer, for example, was shown with a gray knit top and a textured denim pencil skirt, while crystal and metal embroidery added some dazzle to staples such as a tweed sweater teamed with black twill cigarette pants. Although some looks — particularly the white dresses that closed the show — were a nod to Calvin Klein in their simplicity, Gordon demonstrated a crisp sophistication that was fresh and appealing.

Wes Gordon RTW Spring 201529 Photos 

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