Risto Bimbiloski drew inspiration from the moon and expressed it in two phases: light for day, with flowy silks and gauzes, as in a belted floor-length celestial-print silk halter; and a “dark” side that included more dramatic looks, such as a printed black trenchlike jacket worn over belted Bermudas of the same print.

Risto Bimbiloski drew inspiration from the moon and expressed it in two phases: light for day, with flowy silks and gauzes, as in a belted floor-length celestial-print silk halter; and a “dark” side that included more dramatic looks, such as a printed black trenchlike jacket worn over belted Bermudas of the same print.

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