Maxime Simoëns channeled a “Virgin Suicides”-style innocence for Opus I of his collection — broderie anglaise tailored shirts and white brocade, flower-embroidered bustier frocks layered over printed T-shirts — leading up to a dramatic black floor-length gown covered with tiny metallic flowers, a nod to a more elaborate couture section, Opus II, which will be shown in January.

Maxime Simoëns channeled a “Virgin Suicides”-style innocence for Opus I of his collection — broderie anglaise tailored shirts and white brocade, flower-embroidered bustier frocks layered over printed T-shirts — leading up to a dramatic black floor-length gown covered with tiny metallic flowers, a nod to a more elaborate couture section, Opus II, which will be shown in January.

To access this article, click here to subscribe or to log in.

To Read the Full Article
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus