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Vionnet Resort 2016

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Vionnet Resort 2016

Using a spring-inspired pastel palette, Goga Ashkenazi showed looks that included a dress in plissé leather and another in fishnet embellished with flowers made to look like porcelain.

Spring blossomed a little ahead of schedule at Vionnet, where creative director Goga Ashkenazi designed a resort collection focused on a fresh color palette inspired by nature. The house’s signature plissé gave dynamic appeal to a range of pieces, including a feminine two-tone soft leather dress with a plunging V-neck, as well as a ladylike column skirt cut in a three-quarter length.

Ashkenazi chose the iris an emblematic flower and used it in watercolor-inspired shades on a flared plissé midi skirt, as an intarsia on a luxurious cropped mink fur jacket and on a leather top matched with a lace skirt. While the lineup’s overall silhouettes were lean and elongated, the designer also delivered a range of fluid, sophisticated maxidresses, including a deep green draped silk gown and a layered fishnet style embellished with flower applications crafted from plastic designed to mimic porcelain.

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