For pre-fall, Antonio Marras imagined a young Mia Farrow walking on New York’s High Line, dressed in different clothes with the changing of the seasons. Inspired by prints generally used for ties, Marras matched a floral pattern with a geometric one for a silk shirtdress. A wool bomber featured drop shoulders and silk panels, and was paired with slightly slouchy, cropped wool pants for an urban look, while a fluid stretch-wool top with floral embroidery was worn with a matching knee-length skirt in a deep blue inspired by the Hudson River.

For pre-fall, Antonio Marras imagined a young Mia Farrow walking on New York’s High Line, dressed in different clothes with the changing of the seasons. Inspired by prints generally used for ties, Marras matched a floral pattern with a geometric one for a silk shirtdress. A wool bomber featured drop shoulders and silk panels, and was paired with slightly slouchy, cropped wool pants for an urban look, while a fluid stretch-wool top with floral embroidery was worn with a matching knee-length skirt in a deep blue inspired by the Hudson River.

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