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His jungle print with bright red, purple, green and pink flowers stood out. It appeared in a print, zip-front halter quilted vest paired with matching long pants and as an accent on a pair of skinny white crop pants and leather jacket.

JENNY PACKHAM

She let her models slip into something more comfortable but left them runway ready.

The looks were all cocktail frocks, gala gowns and the occasional lace tap pant, with intricate beading and a sporadic train, but there was an underlying delicacy and simplicity born from the lingerie-like layers.

“I love the crossover from lingerie,” Packham said.

THAKOON PANICHGUL

Panichgul’s easy breezy spring comes with cowboy hats.

He mixed Old West and Indian paisley in a silk georgette shirt. Hatted models had hot pink and purple hair.

Turquoise must be Thakoon’s favorite color right now. A standout in the color was a cotton poplin gathered waist shirtdress with a black paisley overlay.

LELA ROSE

She used silk for texture, including an optic T-shirt and periwinkle color blocked shorts that could be worn inside while reading a book or just as easily out to brunch with friends.

One outfit that jumped out was the electric orange half-zip coat paired with the electric orange cotton lace-overlay shell and swirl-print skirt.

Rose turned up the sparkle factor with a metallic organza seamed bustier dress that shimmered and added feminine white fabric flowers to a gorgeous lemon-colored silk dress.

ZAC POSEN

Posen expressed a restrained, respectful sensibility in a parade of old Hollywood-style gowns.

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