Mar 14, 2018 | By Cassandra Napoli
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New York: For her first Pre-Fall collection, Lisa Perry stuck with the graphic designs and 60s influences for which her label has become known. This time, traffic signals provided fodder for the patterns. Large arrows were emblazoned onto sheath dresses, form-fitting sweaters, and a sporty raglan-sleeved top. The pieces were accessible and uncomplicated with classic items, such as A-line skirts, empire-waist dresses, and stretch leggings making up a large portion of the collection. But elegant details set certain items apart. A roll-neck collar elevated a simple crepe top, inverted pleats added volume to the back of a sleeveless shell, and a self-fabric drawstring tie made a plain, collarless jacket into an object of desire. This was an offering filled with charming separates and breezy basics, which will give Perry’s followers plenty of items to covet.–Joanna Manganaro
Silhouette: Easy hourglass / Empire waist / Dropped waist / A-line / Slim
Color: Black / White / Hot pink / Greyish blue / Lilac / Pastel pink / Slate grey / Cream
Key Items: Traffic arrow sheaths / A-line skirts / Baby doll dresses / Cream silk pant set
Materials: Taffeta / Wool blends / Matte silk crepe / Fluid silks / Fine jersey / Fine-gauge yarns
Print + Pattern: Traffic arrows / Geometric shapes
Details + Trim: Zip closures / Self-fabric drawstring tied waists / Contrast piping / Raglan sleeves / Empire waists / Inverted back pleats
Accessories + Footwear: Zipped pouches with geometric shapes / Pointy-toe pumps / Ballet flats
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