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This distractingly shot collection from Edeline Lee was nevertheless still worth a look. Lee featured a 1940s influenced collection with tiers and exaggerated bows, flounces and frills and a modern take on colour-blocking. 

We love the tribal elements that were found throughout this collection from Altuzarra. It featured midi-length skirts, dresses and trousers combined with kaftans and overlaid with crocheted vests or bodices.

Bibhu Mohapatra uses lush greens and floral motifs to convey the hope and regeneration of the upcoming season. Fringing, pleats and padding add interest while delicate beading creates luster and shine.


With its voluminous silhouettes, bright colours and wonderful floral patterns, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia at Oscar de la Renta showed an uneven collection.


Possibly the most atypical Tory Burch collection we have ever seen with her usual ladies-who-lunch aesthetic eschewed for something distinctly more modern and streamlined.

We are going to have to play catch up so we'll take a flying look at the last few New York collections that caught our eye before heading across the Atlantic to London.

Pretty and wearable with just enough interest to keep the pieces from looking like you bought them on the high street (not that there's anything wrong with that), that Ulla Johnson does not stray far from her trademark print-and-pattern mixing is no surprise when she continues to employ them to such great effect. This Spring she turns things up a notch with a collection that references safari and travel to exotic locations with thoughtful touches of raffia, woven bags and texture. 

A sleek, modern collection lightened considerably by the use of whimsical touches including beaded and other fringe on cuffs of shorts, dangling from sleeves and marking the tiers of dresses and skirts. After months of being locked down, this was another collection that took travel as its inspiration fairly literally. 

Some of our time unexpectedly freed up over the summer, so we figured why not get back to doing what we love. And and what better way than to jump right back in with coverage of one of the most hectic times of the year: fashion month. While New York kicked off this week and our coverage of some of the more noteworthy shows from that city will follow shortly, we wanted to make a quick pitstop in the East to highlight this really striking collection from Japan.