Ruffian Spring 2014


DESIGNER: Brian Wolk and Claude Morais

INSPIRATION: French writer Françoise Sagan's 1954 novel Bonjour Tristesse about a young girl and her philandering father. “Ingénue,” as the collection is called, “focuses on the freshness and vulnerability of youth,” according to show notes.

TRENDS: Parisian chic, pant suits, flouncy blouses, pastels, shirtdresses, floral prints, jacquard.

PALETTE: Melon, khaki, navy, black, white, ocean blue.

WHO WAS THERE: Kate Lanphear, style director at T MagazineKyle Anderson, accessories director at Marie ClaireJoanna Coles, editor-in-chief at Cosmopolitan.

WHO SHOULD WEAR IT: Young writers, Lana Del Rey, painters, Zosia Mamet, and women of all ages who are children at heart.

PLAYLIST: “The Wall” by Pink Floyd.