“The Nightingale and the Rose,” Oscar Wilde’s fairy tale, served as the key inspiration for Masha Ma’s collection. The Chinese-born designer showed a lineup of mostly white or black floor-length dresses, many of which were form-fitted with an architectural touch via Ma’s fabric folds, particularly around the waist. The designer offered a contrast to the white with bold gold zippers, which — done, undone and half-zipped — were used as a way to tweak silhouettes. Ma’s knits, however, were the most interesting and included a long knitted gold dress teamed with a cool leather jacket.

“The Nightingale and the Rose,” Oscar Wilde’s fairy tale, served as the key inspiration for Masha Ma’s collection. The Chinese-born designer showed a lineup of mostly white or black floor-length dresses, many of which were form-fitted with an architectural touch via Ma’s fabric folds, particularly around the waist. The designer offered a contrast to the white with bold gold zippers, which — done, undone and half-zipped — were used as a way to tweak silhouettes. Ma’s knits, however, were the most interesting and included a long knitted gold dress teamed with a cool leather jacket.

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