For their first resort season at Vionnet, creative directors Barbara and Lucia Croce reworked the house’s traditional couture codes, translating the clothes into sophisticated, functional daywear. A round-neck pleated silk coat was worn over a poplin cotton top with cigarette pants, and a silk cadi suit featured a fluid draped blazer.

The Croce sisters also focused on intarsia techniques, inlaying silk cadi and satin in an oversize flower pattern on an asymmetric dress. The designers proved to be in sync with Vionnet’s history of draping, specifically with one look: a flowing satin floor-length dress closed at the neck with a soft bow.

For their first resort season at Vionnet, creative directors Barbara and Lucia Croce reworked the house’s traditional couture codes, translating the clothes into sophisticated, functional daywear. A round-neck pleated silk coat was worn over a poplin cotton top with cigarette pants, and a silk cadi suit featured a fluid draped blazer.


The Croce sisters also focused on intarsia techniques, inlaying silk cadi and satin in an oversize flower pattern on an asymmetric dress. The designers proved to be in sync with Vionnet’s history of draping, specifically with one look: a flowing satin floor-length dress closed at the neck with a soft bow.

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