For his first runway presentation, Worth Couture creative director Giovanni Bedin kept the focus on corsetry and coats, done in an array of lurex fabrics. An ivory tailcoat was lined with ostrich feathers, while a gold-and-black sheer jumpsuit had giant frills cascading from bust to leg. The overall effect was of Latin dancers, poised to strip off in a cabaret show.

 

For his first runway presentation, Worth Couture creative director Giovanni Bedin kept the focus on corsetry and coats, done in an array of lurex fabrics. An ivory tailcoat was lined with ostrich feathers, while a gold-and-black sheer jumpsuit had giant frills cascading from bust to leg. The overall effect was of Latin dancers, poised to strip off in a cabaret show.

 

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