“Spontaneity, femininity — all those things make the Ungaro woman interesting to me,” said Giles Deacon, talking about his first pre-fall collection for the French house. “It is a bit austere, pulled back, but strong and quite strict.” Therefore, structured, sharp and tailored pieces — including cashmere fitted coats, textured tweed shift dresses and bold graphic suits — comprised the daywear pieces, while for evening there were sexy minidresses with sequin and lace trimmings, as well as evening gowns with draped backs, worn with orange fox-fur stoles.

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