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Saudi designer Daneh Buahmed belongs to a niche crowd that designs understated, sportswear-inspired clothing for women with elevated fabrics. The silhouettes, in a palette of gray, white, muted blue, and black, appear easy to slip on and yet pulled together enough for a casual afternoon of boutique shopping.

For Spring 2016, Buahmed highlighted a graphic zig-zag pattern and extended the idea of the off-kilter line to her cuts. Loose crop tops feature asymmetrical hems, and the soft undulating ripples of an A-line dress with pockets come across as dynamic. However, the zig-zag works best when it plays a supporting role, as is the case with the overlay with zig-zag lining—and unlike the apron skirt, in which the graphic was thrust to the forefront. With this collection, Buahmed provides a number of separates that can be easily integrated into one’s wardrobe, like the sarong pants and the cowl shirt with a landing strip down the back.

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