EDITORIAL: WWD.COM

December 7, 2017

This season pairs our classic luxury American knitwear with subtle hints of Italian romance. The collection embodies a polished ease with relaxed silhouettes in rich fabrics and beautiful hues inspired by the Italian coastlines.

Check out the collection review below by WWD.com

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By Emily Mercer on December 5, 2017

For pre-fall 2018, designer Greg Myler transported the St. John collection to “La Vita Italiana.” Textures were rich, with bouclé stitches, macramé lace-and-fringe details combined with a saturated palette inspired by the Italian coastline. Not only did the buildings inspire the palette, but also played directly into stitching designs, like on a light-handed plaid stitched dress with an asymmetric hem. There were plenty of brand staples: knit separates, structured jackets and easy pants in an array of butterscotch, whites and blacks with pops of sunny colors.

A silky plaid, short-sleeve, kimonolike jacket paired with pajama pants made for a chic travel set, while a relaxed navy and cream grid stitched dress design and matching tailored skirt set with fringe added a sophisticated touch to the getaway assortment.

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ST-JOHN-KNITS_2017_6_22-WWD-R18_04Image Credit: Nick Miramontes