I spent Wednesday morning in a loft on Greene Street with the Bismarck Phillips girls, who were showing off resort collections for a few clients. They just happened to be three of the most impressive brands out there: SUNO,
First, I browsed SUNO.
Of course, I was too excited for words to see what Preen's duo had in store. This season, Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi were inspired by Western wear, so there are a few cowboy shirts and long skirts.
The difference? The long skirts are made of jersey with tiny, tiny accordion pleats, and the cowboy shirts are stark white.
And while this is all new for Preen, they haven't forgotten about bread-and-butter items. The Power Dress is back, but this time the skirt is flippy and less body-conscious.
To me, Preen is a line of elevated basics. I'd wear it every day if I could, particularly
Which is why Preen was positioned so thoughtfully between SUNO and Michael Angel, another print-heavy label.