“I wanted to offer liberty to women,” said Anna Molinari before her show referencing the collection’s mostly voluminous, light and fluid Seventies silhouettes in silk jersey, crêpe and chiffon. The soundtrack too — Aretha Franklin belting out “Freedom” — bolstered Molinari’s intentions as chameleon prints in clashing colors like peach and red on skinny flares in addition to billowing caftan shapes sent out a confident look. But the one-dimensional lineup could have benefitted from some sartorial alternatives to the barely-there mini-dresses.

“I wanted to offer liberty to women,” said Anna Molinari before her show referencing the collection’s mostly voluminous, light and fluid Seventies silhouettes in silk jersey, crêpe and chiffon. The soundtrack too — Aretha Franklin belting out “Freedom” — bolstered Molinari’s intentions as chameleon prints in clashing colors like peach and red on skinny flares in addition to billowing caftan shapes sent out a confident look. But the one-dimensional lineup could have benefitted from some sartorial alternatives to the barely-there mini-dresses.

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