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Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim took their deconstructed aesthetic to the countryside for Spring, with a lookbook shot at an organic farm in upstate New York, and a collection informed by the surrounding landscape. Hence the scarf dresses—a signature—in dish towel-like striped cottons, apron-skirt hybrids, and the prints, featuring pastoral-inflected posies and fruits and vegetables.

The buys: the skirt suit with stitched-on utilitarian pockets (a nod to gardeners), and the scarf dress in look 5. Pair the latter with a straw hat—made in collaboration with Gigi Burris.

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Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim took their deconstructed aesthetic to the countryside for Spring, with a lookbook shot at an organic farm in upstate New York, and a collection informed by the surrounding landscape. Hence the scarf dresses—a signature—in dish towel-like striped cottons, apron-skirt hybrids, and the prints, featuring pastoral-inflected posies and fruits and vegetables.

The buys: the skirt suit with stitched-on utilitarian pockets (a nod to gardeners), and the scarf dress in look 5. Pair the latter with a straw hat—made in collaboration with Gigi Burris.

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