Public School reveals its pre-Fall season's collection of ladies sporty and relaxed garments. Label's designers Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne wanted to show movement in their clothes. That's why they mixed up striped patterns with tomboyish accents, making their clothes look modern like those urban explorer essentials. I feel kind of 1990's years while looking through these techy gear. The hard-edged masculinity is seen through almost every piece, tailored bombers, no hood parkas, mannish blazers, etc.
How about sporty yet sophisticated look. We see a practical bomber paired with mini, flared and pleated skirt.
Black, casual fit parka looks great with a cozy sweaterdress and glossy black leather flat booties.
The funnel-neck cape jacket in the black-white herringbone is worn atop graphic printed monochrome dress.
How about wearing denim essentials in your everyday life? We see a denim vest styled with A-line jean skirt and glossy flat booties with front zip.
That's a sporty, relaxed shift worn atop black polo and styled with front zip black flat booties.
The two-buttoned mannish fit light grey colored suit jacket is worn atop black silk elongated shirt paired with slouchy wide black trousers.
That's an awesome graphic zigzag pattern (broken herringbone) sweater worn with cool, black silk wide pants and chunky mannish shoes.
The relaxed, silk pullover is teamed with cool elastic waistband formal black trousers.
Here we see model who poses in a diamond-embroidered black pullover worn atop white shirt and styled with A-line mini skirt embellished with leather details.