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Thakoon Panichgul’s Spring 2015 collection was escapist in an especially seductive way. Rather than commit himself to project of authentically representing a tropical locale, the designer said he was interested specifically in the tourist’s idea of such a place. His collection came full of leafy prints and party-ready tassels in bright blue and yellow. But for a touristy romp, Panichgul’s lineup was impressively tasteful: everything was easy, from sleeveless midi-length satin robes to sheer pleated skirts that practically floated past each other on the runway. A graphic black-and-white pattern that decorated a sweater, a crop top, a jacket, and a set of capes in the finale evoked white-hot equatorial heat and the angular patches of shade it creates. The show had us already day-dreaming, against our better judgment, about next summer.
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