Frida Weyer’s collection, entitled Anna Karenina goes Versailles, was overflowing with princess-y party frocks. More girly girl than femme fatale, models pouted and posed atop a gilt bed, shivered in faux snow and peered through a gold picture frame. Encrusted with trims, sprinkled with sequins or dusted with marabou feathers, gowns were sugary or sumptuous, some with off-the-shoulder ruffles and tulle ties. The scenes were sweetened with fine porcelain candelabras and sculptures from Meissen, and a few models wore Meissen pendants with their frocks.
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