Creative director Rossella Jardini stepped back in time for resort, imagining the late Fifties — more precisely, a beautiful young lady dressed to the nines as she heads to a superglamorous black-and-white ball hosted by Truman Capote. Thus the uberchic lineup included a tulle tutu paired with a pink-and-black oversize, cropped bouclé jacket and a cotton T-shirt decorated with a patchwork of graphics from the house archives. There was also a lot of printed lace paired with silk georgette, such as on a knee-length dress, or showered with sequins on a sleeveless number featuring a maxi rose appliqué.

Creative director Rossella Jardini stepped back in time for resort, imagining the late Fifties — more precisely, a beautiful young lady dressed to the nines as she heads to a superglamorous black-and-white ball hosted by Truman Capote. Thus the uberchic lineup included a tulle tutu paired with a pink-and-black oversize, cropped bouclé jacket and a cotton T-shirt decorated with a patchwork of graphics from the house archives. There was also a lot of printed lace paired with silk georgette, such as on a knee-length dress, or showered with sequins on a sleeveless number featuring a maxi rose appliqué.

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