A girly-girl through and through, Lela Rose’s resort collection was full of dresses of every sort and dramatic ballgowns — no surprises there. The news came in her pattern-work, inspired by the black-and-white photographs of László Moholy-Nagy, which she reinterpreted into a range of geometric and linear motifs, often worked in patchworks. As a romantic alternative to the graphic fare, Rose offered a variety of florals, such as a matching top and trousers, as well as rich embroideries and appliqués on tops and cocktail numbers.

A girly-girl through and through, Lela Rose’s resort collection was full of dresses of every sort and dramatic ballgowns — no surprises there. The news came in her pattern-work, inspired by the black-and-white photographs of László Moholy-Nagy, which she reinterpreted into a range of geometric and linear motifs, often worked in patchworks. As a romantic alternative to the graphic fare, Rose offered a variety of florals, such as a matching top and trousers, as well as rich embroideries and appliqués on tops and cocktail numbers.

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