Inspired by old Japanese wood blocks and kimonos, Juilen Macdonald journeyed to Japan via a collection packed with fish and dragon prints. The designer splashed them over skinny tuxedos and draped cocktail dresses, some with halter necks. He also took a cue from flamboyant Yakuza tattoos for intricate embroideries on long tulle evening gowns. Macdonald worked his signature knitwear into this hard-edged, sexy collection with plasticized pieces for flapper dresses and spider web patterns layered onto tulle trains.

Inspired by old Japanese wood blocks and kimonos, Juilen Macdonald journeyed to Japan via a collection packed with fish and dragon prints. The designer splashed them over skinny tuxedos and draped cocktail dresses, some with halter necks. He also took a cue from flamboyant Yakuza tattoos for intricate embroideries on long tulle evening gowns. Macdonald worked his signature knitwear into this hard-edged, sexy collection with plasticized pieces for flapper dresses and spider web patterns layered onto tulle trains.

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