Jul 04, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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Ever since trading his native Sydney for London, Josh Goot’s work has evolved from simple jersey sheaths and restrained color-blocking to fully realized print designs and structured silhouettes. S/S 10 turns in a completely different direction from last spring’s mineral inspirations, leaving eco-consciousness behind for a more synthetic, pop-driven aesthetic. Touching on the polka-dotted ground already well covered by Henry Holland, Goot’s more body-conscious dresses seemed fresh, bringing in scuba references so popular on the runways this month. Loose graphic tees, slim-paneled pants and geometric-printed minis looked right on trend, and even if Goot didn’t cover new ground, these bright, cheerful yet restrained silhouettes will resonate with Juniors.
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