Jan 04, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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New York… Adam
Adam Lippes wished attendees a “Happy Valentines Day” showing a collection that exploded with color. A series of 19th Century Japanese photographs from the Boston Peabody Museum, depicting subjects ranging from cherry blossoms to Samurai warriors, inspired a palette of fuchsia, shocking orange, topaz and emerald. Outerwear was a new addition to his typical presentation, with a faux-fur striped chubby as the stand-out piece, worn over a silk chiffon blossom print blouse and a grey and plum plaid mini. Blossom motifs made their way onto a topaz satin crêpe dolman top that matched perfectly with a pleated juniper silk duchess skirt. Silk chiffon was also the fabric of choice for slouchy trousers, shown in tart fuchsia paired with a sheer menswear-inspired shirt as well as cropped versions in a kimono swirl print.
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