Jill Stuart

CHEERY BLOSSOM New York: Delicate blossom motifs informed much of Jill Stuart’s fabric story for CR 13, creating a subtle texture mix that complemented …


CHEERY BLOSSOM New York: Delicate blossom motifs informed much of Jill Stuart’s fabric story for CR 13, creating a subtle texture mix that complemented clean, pared-down shapes. Offering both a soft-dressing assortment and a more tailored set of looks, the collection made an assured statement about feminine simplicity, with a slight nod towards 70s silhouettes. The palette’s ivory base served as a warm canvas for crimson, lavender, and kelly green tones, realized in a charming jacquard and a romantic wallpaper floral. Stuart showed a confident eye for editing with this presentation that most certainly worked to the collection’s benefit. —Kibwe Chase-Marshall

Silhouette:  Lean / Fluid / Cropped / Tailored / Straight / Fit-and-flare

Color: Ivory / Crimson / Kelly green / Lavender

Key Items:  Natural-waist pencil skirt / Printed bias-cut dress / Textured camp short / Woven tee

Materials: Guipure lace / Cotton jacquard / Silk crepe de Chine / Charmeuse / Blossom-embroidered netting

Print + Pattern: Rose wallpaper floral / Ditsy floral

Details + Trim: Bias skirt / Shirred peplum / Diamond-yoked bodice / Palazzo leg / Tiered ruffle

Accessories + Footwear: Mary Jane platform sandal

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