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A.L.C. Spring 2024 Ready-to-Wear

Andrea Lieberman talks about “wardrobing” her clients, rather than dressing them. She doesn’t tend to think in statement pieces, but closets as a whole. Where are the gaps? What is missing? “We need a pared back and highly edited approach,” Lieberman said. “As always, with us, there are these riffs on these classic essentials. [The silhouette] is clean, refined, and new for us.”

The print this season was a faded ice-dye of pale blue and peach, which registered more as an ombre than a bright, vivid tie-dye. Softer tailoring, in fabrics that are more technical or relaxed than your typical wool, were also appealingly grown-up. Two pairs of white trousers—one a lower-waisted cargo, the other with a front seam—struck a balance between polish and wearability. They’re not pieces you post for Instagram, but ones that you reach for three days a week. Also in this category: a denim suit with gold contrast stitching, a slouchy cardigan blazer, and the knit tanks and tees. There wasn’t a ton of occasion wear this season. The most formal dresses would still qualify as cocktail, not black tie, which was a change from last season’s party attire. But maybe that’s what happens when you think in terms of wardrobes. The A.L.C. woman just bought a dress from resort. Now it’s time to refocus on the everyday.



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