Kimora Lee Simmons said she paid tribute to her Midwestern origins with her spring collection. “A Midwestern girl always loves a ribbon dress,” she explained, pointing to a cute, striped frock with a bow, which epitomized the lineup’s a tad ladylike spirit.

Short-sleeved shirts were worked in textured, lightweight cotton and paired with skirts, such as an eyelet style with one side embellished with a ruffled detail. Other standouts included a chic asymmetric kimono dress cinched at the waist with a hobo belt and a graphic patchwork flared frock. A deconstructed blazer introduced a more masculine feel into this feminine collection.

By  on September 14, 2016

Kimora Lee Simmons said she paid tribute to her Midwestern origins with her spring collection. “A Midwestern girl always loves a ribbon dress,” she explained, pointing to a cute, striped frock with a bow, which epitomized the lineup’s a tad ladylike spirit.

Short-sleeved shirts were worked in textured, lightweight cotton and paired with skirts, such as an eyelet style with one side embellished with a ruffled detail. Other standouts included a chic asymmetric kimono dress cinched at the waist with a hobo belt and a graphic patchwork flared frock. A deconstructed blazer introduced a more masculine feel into this feminine collection.

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