Alice Temperley turned to the 19th-century aesthetic movement, showing dresses in rich colors and textures such as gold-corded French lace. The glamour quotient was toned down with silk trenchcoats and knit cardigans.

Alice Temperley turned to the 19th-century aesthetic movement, showing dresses in rich colors and textures such as gold-corded French lace. The glamour quotient was toned down with silk trenchcoats and knit cardigans.

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