For resort, Antonio Marras said he “grafted two different worlds and cultures” by paying tribute to two design movements: Japonism, which influenced the French Impressionists, and Memphis style, founded in Milan in the Eighties. Iconic Japanese floral motifs appeared on a brocade coat with vinyl inserts, as well as a patchwork kimono-inspired tunic and an asymmetric, multilayered silk dress — much of it mixed with graphic, geometric touches. To complete the lineup, there were cropped cotton cardigans with embroidered tulle inserts and hand-painted, cotton A-line dresses with leopard and lace details.

For resort, Antonio Marras said he “grafted two different worlds and cultures” by paying tribute to two design movements: Japonism, which influenced the French Impressionists, and Memphis style, founded in Milan in the Eighties. Iconic Japanese floral motifs appeared on a brocade coat with vinyl inserts, as well as a patchwork kimono-inspired tunic and an asymmetric, multilayered silk dress — much of it mixed with graphic, geometric touches. To complete the lineup, there were cropped cotton cardigans with embroidered tulle inserts and hand-painted, cotton A-line dresses with leopard and lace details.

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