Korean-born, Tokyo-based designer Chisung Ihn turned out a selection of elegant dresses and separates for spring, creating a wardrobe to take the modern woman from the office and lunch dates to weekend outings. Slip-like sundresses, wide-legged linen cargo pants, silky sheer blouses and pleated shorts had a country-club vibe to them, which was emphasized by hats with gigantic brims, an abstract palm print, and neutral shades of white, ivory, beige and black.

Ihn paired ankle-length pleated skirts with crisp, oversized white shirts or marled short-sleeved knits in some of the dressier looks. A raw denim shirt dress with outsized pockets was effortless and casual, while a high-waisted skirt and button-up shirt elevated the same fabric to something more elegant.

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