For fall, Anna Molinari continued to work toward reviving the softer, prettier romance of Blumarine’s heyday, and while there were some appealing looks in this lineup, it’s still a work in progress.

In the show notes, Molinari dished out some quirky musings like “Dress in a Rose” and “Nest in a Knit.” It was a feel-good notion, and some pieces, like a blush shearling biker jacket and a voluminous cashmere coat, served it well. But sequined string dresses, as well as the floral-patterned pouf miniskirts in the shape of a rose, weren’t flattering.

While the men’s-wear influences, including a strong-shouldered herringbone pantsuit and a chic Prince of Wales cape embellished with a Moorish motif, didn’t gel with the rest of the lineup, they were, nonetheless, show highlights.

For fall, Anna Molinari continued to work toward reviving the softer, prettier romance of Blumarine’s heyday, and while there were some appealing looks in this lineup, it’s still a work in progress.


In the show notes, Molinari dished out some quirky musings like “Dress in a Rose” and “Nest in a Knit.” It was a feel-good notion, and some pieces, like a blush shearling biker jacket and a voluminous cashmere coat, served it well. But sequined string dresses, as well as the floral-patterned pouf miniskirts in the shape of a rose, weren’t flattering.

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