June 13, 2013 New York
But really, you don't need styling gimmicks to prove it. A palette of red, white, and black complemented the line's late-fifties shapes nicely. Any shopper keen on these silhouettes would be into the double-face wool collarless coat in red, or the boxy cream skirt suit lightened up with raffia embroidery. There were several cotton "throw-on" dresses, including a white A-line shape with a not-too-sweet bow attached at the collar, which could blend easily into just about any wardrobe. The loafers, however, were the thing: The plain black masculine style looked cool thanks to a clear kiltie flap.