Tucker Resort/Holiday 2012: Off-Kilter Orient

Through the hallowed halls of The Lambs Club we went, off to see Gaby Basora's latest Tucker offerings. The rich-with-faux-history space provided a surprising contrast when paired with her cheery clothes, leading us to think that Zoe Kravitz or some similar rock-star offspring was about to pop out from behind the racks. It’s this bohemian yet intelligently flirtatious vibe that's found Basora a boatload of fans. Her signature off-kilter prints have paved the way for what's becoming the Tucker lifestyle, and from the looks of her holiday line, shown yesterday, this is only the beginning. While simple in silhouette, Basora is a purveyor of what most cool women want--interestingly detailed clothes with the perfect amount of panache. Nary of pretension and full of personality, her holiday textiles are a quirky mix of oriental and Victorian references--perhaps alluding to the British conquest of Hong Kong during the era, a feat that Basora is similarly seeking to accomplish, albeit for fashion rather than opium. "It’s a very special point of view, our take on more fanciful fabrics," she said of the collection's gold-embroidered silks.
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Through the hallowed halls of The Lambs Club we went, off to see Gaby Basora's latest Tucker offerings. The rich-with-faux-history space provided a surprising contrast when paired with her cheery clothes, leading us to think that Zoe Kravitz or some similar rock-star offspring was about to pop out from behind the racks. It’s this bohemian yet intelligently flirtatious vibe that's found Basora a boatload of fans. Her signature off-kilter prints have paved the way for what's becoming the Tucker lifestyle, and from the looks of her holiday line, shown yesterday, this is only the beginning. While simple in silhouette, Basora is a purveyor of what most cool women want--interestingly detailed clothes with the perfect amount of panache. Nary of pretension and full of personality, her holiday textiles are a quirky mix of oriental and Victorian references--perhaps alluding to the British conquest of Hong Kong during the era, a feat that Basora is similarly seeking to accomplish, albeit for fashion rather than opium. "It’s a very special point of view, our take on more fanciful fabrics," she said of the collection's gold-embroidered silks.
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Through the hallowed halls of The Lambs Club we went, off to see Gaby Basora's latest Tucker offerings. The rich-with-faux-history space provided a surprising contrast when paired with her cheery clothes, leading us to think that Zoe Kravitz or some similar rock-star offspring was about to pop out from behind the racks. It’s this bohemian yet intelligently flirtatious vibe that's found Basora a boatload of fans. Her signature off-kilter prints have paved the way for what's becoming the Tucker lifestyle, and from the looks of her holiday line, shown yesterday, this is only the beginning. While simple in silhouette, Basora is a purveyor of what most cool women want--interestingly detailed clothes with the perfect amount of panache. Nary of pretension and full of personality, her holiday textiles are a quirky mix of oriental and Victorian references--perhaps alluding to the British conquest of Hong Kong during the era, a feat that Basora is similarly seeking to accomplish, albeit for fashion rather than opium. "It’s a very special point of view, our take on more fanciful fabrics," she said of the collection's gold-embroidered silks.

Offsetting Tucker’s signature whimsical prints are a slew of chalet-ready separates including pull-on knit pants and chubby faux-fur jackets. White silk blazers, printed slacks, and lurex tweed—it’s what alternative snow-bunnies with social agendas dream of!

**All photos by Mai Tao