Erika Cavallini isn’t reinventing the wheel, but her spin on the organic minimalism trend was buffed to a high commercial polish for spring.


Everyday items were given the raw and relaxed — but upscale — treatment, as Cavallini deconstructed classic striped men’s shirts with open backs and collars cut askew. She left neatly tailored wide-leg denim with unfinished cuffs and cut loose, robelike jackets and vests in natural fabrics that looked like burlap.


Dressier fare included a pretty white lace maxi T-shirt dress that had a fresh, broken-in appeal and silk shantung tunics that were suspended from the body by spaghetti straps, discreetly baring the back with subtle sensuality.

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