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CONSTRUCTIVE LAYERING
New York: TSE’s Pre-Fall presentation hinged on dual techniques of constructive layering and molded construction. Newly directed by consultant Brian Reyes, TSE looked beyond simple knitwear and mastered an expanded catalog of separates. From wool walking shorts and boxy windowpane check jackets to trompé l’oeil cable knit trousers and inflated bubble skirts, the collection took softly coordinated workwear in a witty direction. Practical outerwear capped off the monochrome ensembles, including both a smooth, cropped leather jacket and an entire series of voluminous, draped, free-form wool capes which looked as luxuriously soft as they did protective.—Nina Stotler

Silhouette: Draped / Boxy / Slim / Voluminous

Color: Slate / Black / Cream / Navy / Sage / Beige / Heather grey / Ice blue / Turquoise / Lilac

Key Items: Slim trousers / Draped wool capes / Cardigans / Straight skirts / Molded crewneck tops / Bubble skirts / Sweater dresses / Simple leather jackets / Ribbed turtlenecks

Materials: Cashmere / Leather / Wool

Print + Pattern: Windowpane check / Abstract geometrics

Details + Trim: Patch pockets / Paneling / Ribbing / Cable knit trim / Zippers

Accessories + Footwear: Sheer knee socks and thigh highs / Opaque hosiery / High heeled mules

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