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Short in all variations dominated Rojas' collection: only one pair of pants (the last look) actually covered the knee, everything else reached upper-thigh-high. While there were a few pieces with interesting back views and one breezy transparent tunic perfect for a day at the beach, many of the designs (particularly the jumpers) seemed difficult to wear for anyone out of high school, and the skirts had a sort of side-flap which added extra volume at a place were most of the women don’t need any (the hips). Shades of blue, purple, yellow and red, worked into different patterns, had a vintage feel to them. The menswear consisted of shorts and T-shirts and was very wearable with one black and white legging exception.
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