Jasmine Chong’s goal for spring was to translate into clothes a sense of ocean waves hitting the rocks on the shoreline. The designer worked fluid fabrics — precious silk and organza — using draping and pleating techniques to inject a subtle dynamism into her discreet, sophisticated styles.

Presented in a subdued color palette of mainly grays and whites, the lineup included a range of chic dresses, such as a one-shouldered draped silk style and a sculpted frock cut voluminously at the bodice. Separates were treated with the same couturelike approach, as shown by a loosely structured jacket matched with slim pants.

By  on September 13, 2016

Jasmine Chong’s goal for spring was to translate into clothes a sense of ocean waves hitting the rocks on the shoreline. The designer worked fluid fabrics — precious silk and organza — using draping and pleating techniques to inject a subtle dynamism into her discreet, sophisticated styles.

Presented in a subdued color palette of mainly grays and whites, the lineup included a range of chic dresses, such as a one-shouldered draped silk style and a sculpted frock cut voluminously at the bodice. Separates were treated with the same couturelike approach, as shown by a loosely structured jacket matched with slim pants.

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