North Haven designer Lisa Perry had the perfect solution for those who wanted to front row it at Fashion Week but were still thinking about the U. S. Open.
For her Spring 2014 RTW collection yesterday, Perry transformed her Madison Avenue boutique into a chic tennis court complete with white side benches for guests. Both the setting and the collection won over the hard-boiled, not-easy-to-please fashion critics.
Widely know for her Pop Art stylings and vivid colors, this season Perry went all white as a nod to the to glam gals fighting it out in Forest Hills. Women’s Wear Daily noted that the designer had “several great new takes on the tennis dress in cotton or knit piqué that were modern and sexy.”
Perry has worked on designs with the estates of late Southampton artist Roy Lichtenstein and legendary Montauk artist Andy Warhol, as well as living artist Jeff Koons.
Learn more about this fantastic Hamptons resident and designer at lisaperrystyle.com.