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Drawing inspiration from his home, Phillip Lim focuses his Spring 2015 collection on soft textures and silhouettes inspired by loungewear—from robes to lingerie shorts and negligees. Lim’s home is currently being renovated and because of the construction, his bedroom has become his place of solace. Thus, textures throughout the collection mimic the quilting of mattress pads and thick piping paired with undulating hemlines evokes notions of someone curled up in bed. The heavy piping adorns a cream-colored slip dress as well as a cropped jacket and peplum top. Robe-ties complete sleeveless tops and tunics, while semi-sheer and slouchy trousers make us dream of wearing pajamas to the office. While a few garments, like a woven organza cocktail dress, appeared a little unconventional, the majority of Lim’s collection is the epitome of comfortable chic.
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