One of many brands showcasing their latest lineups at the New York Fashion Week, Duckie Brown unveil their spring collection by breaking tradition: shedding heavy outerwear for a more leisurely array of garments with a ‘summertime’ feel. In stark contrast from previous collections, lead designers Daniel Silver and Steven Cox explore the themes of ‘exposure and vulnerability’, with gauzy shirts, striped patterns and oversize plaids several of the collection’s key pieces. The elegant blazers are a cool addition to the lineup, as well as their volumious, chic shorts, and their high-waisted swimsuits are reminiscent of the Swinging Sixties. Duckie Brown’s spring line for next year manages to maintain the balance between sophistication and a carefree attitude.
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