Josie Natori presents her vibrant Resort 2013 Collection, inspired by the beautiful lanscapes and rich culture of her native Philippines.
“Her bold solids (lime, hot pink and turquoise) and a smattering of prints came on stretch fabrics and in close-fitting shapes — simple shifts, ruffle-front dresses and cigarette pants. She loosened up with silk kimono-inspired tops, cowl-neck tops and dolman-sleeve knitted boleros.” -WWD
“Most memorable were a pair of bright fuchsia ankle-crop cigarette pants and a cyan blue kimono dress with a cinched waist. Interspersed among the solid separates were a few eye-catching prints, designed with the “psychedelic” Philippine jeepneys in mind. A popular mode of public transportation that originated after World War II, the long buslike jeeps were decorated to show off the drivers’ personalities and, of course, garner the attention of people on the street. We bet Natori’s take—a silk wrap dress with a crisscrossed top and fluid skirt—will do exactly the same thing for her customer.” – Style.com
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