Everyone’s trying to do their part to “go green,” but this season Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra turned out a collection of eco-friendly clothes, without sacrificing beauty and design, through a process called AirDye — which dyes and prints textiles without using water. They worked a watercolor palette and ombré effects on a tight lineup of softly draped and pleated jersey dresses and skirts, as well as washed-silk and printed-taffeta frocks. For evening, the duo added crystallized Swarovski stones to the neckline to give delicate dresses flair.

Everyone’s trying to do their part to “go green,” but this season Jeffrey Costello and Robert Tagliapietra turned out a collection of eco-friendly clothes, without sacrificing beauty and design, through a process called AirDye — which dyes and prints textiles without using water. They worked a watercolor palette and ombré effects on a tight lineup of softly draped and pleated jersey dresses and skirts, as well as washed-silk and printed-taffeta frocks. For evening, the duo added crystallized Swarovski stones to the neckline to give delicate dresses flair.

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