The designer turned out a colorful, whimsical collection that featured cowboy and cactus prints, asymmetrical silhouettes, and lots of unusual fabric combinations.

He splashed the prints — inspired by 18th-century wallpaper — onto stiff, sculpted miniskirts and dresses and onto the silk panels sewn onto the backs of cardigan or crewneck sweaters.

Aggugini also sent out a legion of skinny, boyish wool blazers in duck egg blue and dark green. Dresses had a playful feel — some had just one fluttering sleeve, while other boxy numbers had an elasticized belt on just one side.

The designer turned out a colorful, whimsical collection that featured cowboy and cactus prints, asymmetrical silhouettes, and lots of unusual fabric combinations.

He splashed the prints — inspired by 18th-century wallpaper — onto stiff, sculpted miniskirts and dresses and onto the silk panels sewn onto the backs of cardigan or crewneck sweaters.

Aggugini also sent out a legion of skinny, boyish wool blazers in duck egg blue and dark green. Dresses had a playful feel — some had just one fluttering sleeve, while other boxy numbers had an elasticized belt on just one side.

To access this article, click here to subscribe or to log in.

To Read the Full Article
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus