Jenni Kayne is known for her structured, pared-down silhouettes, reminiscent of her laidback California upbringing. For Spring, she paired her signature aesthetic with colorblocking and her d’orsay flats for looks that were equal parts eye-catching, polished, and functional.
A multicolor tribal print gave life to trousers, Spring’s favorite cropped blouse and pencil skirt combination, and a boyfriend blazer, while a refined checkered pattern added an extra dose of chic to a poncho, fit for the most stylish ladies who lunch.
Kayne also made stripes a focal point of the collection, but in modern and unexpected ways: blended with metallic textures and in contrasting sizes and directions for head-turning looks.
Jessica Alba is a huge fan of the brand and I can definitely see her slipping into a few of the colorblock and neon designs.
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