WHIT’s presentation ft. on Fashion Week Daily:
With a friendly play on pattern, Whitney Pozgay’s latest felt more appropriate for a Spring fling rather than a crisp fall day. But regardless, Scandinavia was the destination du jour, a sentiment reflected in the silhouettes, as well as the playful milkmaid braids. The crowd pleaser was the abstract cow print, a splatter of black on a white background that adorned a shift dress and a full ankle-length skirt. For keeping warm in the Scandinavian chill, there was a black coat portioned off with a bit of fur and an elongated grey blazer that might fight away a breeze or two. As for leather, that came in two options: a black jumper or a pair of tan shorts. We’ll opt for the latter pair, especially when it’s finished off with a cream-colored T-shirt and a silk button down. The shoe situation is one that needs to be discussed as well: The Whit for Jacques Levine styles offered a variety of bootie shapes, some heeled, others flat, but all qualifying as a pitch-perfect staple.