There was an artsy, intellectual feel to Bruno Basso and Christopher Brooke’s collection, inspired by Henri Matisse’s paper collages. They turned out clashing digital prints, i.e., a mannish jacket done in a fabric that melded black-and-white houndstooth, stripes and geometric designs, all spliced together in one material. There were varied silhouettes; highlights included loose shift dresses, palazzo pants and calf-length silk skirts in contrasting optical prints, the latter of which were paired with sweaters bearing intarsia patterns. Not so successful were the full-length smock dresses shown a plethora of prints.

 

There was an artsy, intellectual feel to Bruno Basso and Christopher Brooke’s collection, inspired by Henri Matisse’s paper collages. They turned out clashing digital prints, i.e., a mannish jacket done in a fabric that melded black-and-white houndstooth, stripes and geometric designs, all spliced together in one material. There were varied silhouettes; highlights included loose shift dresses, palazzo pants and calf-length silk skirts in contrasting optical prints, the latter of which were paired with sweaters bearing intarsia patterns. Not so successful were the full-length smock dresses shown a plethora of prints.

 

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