New York: For C/R 12, New York designer Yeohlee Teng offered gentle, understated interpretations of timeless styles. Unpressed pleats, cocooned hems and graceful drapery softened the designer’s signature architectural lines. Body-skimming shifts, sheaths (one with an innovative pieced construction) and rounded or knee-lenth shorts were shown in a refreshing palette of dusty desert hues worked against chalky whites; waffle textures and sparkly yarns updated simple knits and artful prints gave visual dimension to crisp wovens. –Whitney Kessler

Color: Bright white / Dusty lilac / Mustard / Red-orange / Navy / Black / Dove gray / Royal purple

Key Items: Mod shift / Refined trench / Flared Capri pants / Knit shell / Walking short

Materials: Summer suitings / Sparkly sweater knits / Waffled jersey / Cloqué / Silk

Prints + Patterns: Black-and-white painterly floral / Modernist tribal and geo motifs

Details + Trim: Boat and cowl-necks / Pieced constructions / Cap-sleeves / Cocoon hems / Contrast banding

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