“This is a happy, optimistic collection,” said Barbara Tfank, whose resort lineup was inspired by David Bailey’s vivid Sixties photos. The palette came in pinks and chartreuse — shown solo or with white — but her first and most important consideration was the fabrics. Luxurious silk brocades and matelassé were cut into tea-length sheaths and straight and full skirts, including a floral A-line beauty. They came topped with elaborately hand-crocheted cardigans from knitwear designer Vladimir Teriokhin — just the right addition, given Tfank’s attention to detail.

“This is a happy, optimistic collection,” said Barbara Tfank, whose resort lineup was inspired by David Bailey’s vivid Sixties photos. The palette came in pinks and chartreuse — shown solo or with white — but her first and most important consideration was the fabrics. Luxurious silk brocades and matelassé were cut into tea-length sheaths and straight and full skirts, including a floral A-line beauty. They came topped with elaborately hand-crocheted cardigans from knitwear designer Vladimir Teriokhin — just the right addition, given Tfank’s attention to detail.

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