Patricia Vega showed a rather incohesive dress collection for Vvigoure that included a strapless style with a fur bodice, a color-blocked A-line number with a high-low hem and gowns done up with high slits, cutout backs, plunging necklines and sheer panels. Most of the looks came topped with flamboyant hats, headpieces and masks. The few restrained dresses worked best, such as the sleeveless column worked in embellished lace.
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