Whit‘s Spring 2016 collection was inspired by the graphic contrast of hot air balloons over The Savannah and hand painted African pattern work.  The collection, designed by Whitney Pozgay, featured plays on volume, mixed prints, asymmetrical draping, and wrapping in crisp cottons and sand washed silk linens.

The custom prints featured tribal patterns made with sport tape, painted stripes, African lilies painted by Jemme Aldridge and an artwork collaboration with painter Adam Handler from Fred Torres Gallery in New York.

Stylist Doria Santlofer accessorized the collection with Georgian hats by Yestadt Millinery, classic eyewear by Warby Parker, platform sandals by Madison Harding and creative jewelry of rope and metallic design by Holst + Lee.

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Natural beauty looks were created by beauty brands Bobbi Brown, with make-up artist Marc Reagan, and by Aveda and Olivia Garden,  with stylist Jon Reyman. Manicure treatments were created by Michelle Matthews with Rona Represents.

Posted by:Nichelle Cole

Nichelle Cole is the founder & creative director of The Fashion Plate magazine. A respected writer, stylist and influencer, she has been published in fashion magazines around the world.

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