A go-to designer for German stars in need of a show-stopping red-carpet gown, Guido Maria Kretschmer suggests a floor-length black Chantilly lace number with a train and a high neckline. Or a one-shouldered emerald gown embellished with metal discs, or a slinky style in powder blue with vertical button detailing and a pussycat bow. Kretschmer’s show channeled vintage Parisian chic via Twenties coifs, blood-red lipstick and pearl necklaces.
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