Zac Posen has been designing for Brooks Brothers for just under three years now and with his spring collection, he has really hit his stride. Posen has redefined the fit for the label’s classics by offering more feminine-cut silhouettes that are timeless and modern.

This season he was inspired by summer destinations — from the ocean cliffs of Newport, R.I. to the sunny Côte d’Azur — and by the effortless elegance of his muses, who included socialite Gloria Guinness. Key looks included a garden-print button-front skirt, an eyelet shirtdress, a batik-print belted dress, an embroidered linen tunic and a nautical-striped skirt. For women who look to Brooks Brothers for their work wardrobe, Posen offered a selection of feminine and fashionably chic suits, knit twinsets and dresses in shades of navy, gray, white and pale blue.

By  on September 14, 2016

Zac Posen has been designing for Brooks Brothers for just under three years now and with his spring collection, he has really hit his stride. Posen has redefined the fit for the label’s classics by offering more feminine-cut silhouettes that are timeless and modern.

This season he was inspired by summer destinations — from the ocean cliffs of Newport, R.I. to the sunny Côte d’Azur — and by the effortless elegance of his muses, who included socialite Gloria Guinness. Key looks included a garden-print button-front skirt, an eyelet shirtdress, a batik-print belted dress, an embroidered linen tunic and a nautical-striped skirt. For women who look to Brooks Brothers for their work wardrobe, Posen offered a selection of feminine and fashionably chic suits, knit twinsets and dresses in shades of navy, gray, white and pale blue.

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