Since choosing London as Cheap & Chic’s temporary residence a year ago, Rosella Jardini has infused the young and cheeky collection with some local attitude. For fall, she played to tea-parlor types in an adorably improper way, sending up good girl clothes with a pretty punk spirit.

Otherwise innocent classics — tuxedos and shift dresses — were given an irreverent edge, whether shown in hot pink, all-over leopard spots, studded with delicate silver pearls, or paired with a giant Mongolian fur.

Since choosing London as Cheap & Chic’s temporary residence a year ago, Rosella Jardini has infused the young and cheeky collection with some local attitude. For fall, she played to tea-parlor types in an adorably improper way, sending up good girl clothes with a pretty punk spirit.

Otherwise innocent classics — tuxedos and shift dresses — were given an irreverent edge, whether shown in hot pink, all-over leopard spots, studded with delicate silver pearls, or paired with a giant Mongolian fur.

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