Mary Katrantzou worked with the theme “nature versus nurture,” marrying natural and high-tech fabrics into single garments. She also juxtaposed her signature trompe l’oeil prints — this time depicting tin cans, microphones and car parts with saturated images of natural forms, from flowers to coral reefs. The result was a joyful collection filled with fresh, eye-popping party dresses, fancy pants and colorful knits. Cocktail dresses were made from pieces of plasticized and printed tulle, chiffon and bits of textured fabric.

Mary Katrantzou worked with the theme “nature versus nurture,” marrying natural and high-tech fabrics into single garments. She also juxtaposed her signature trompe l’oeil prints — this time depicting tin cans, microphones and car parts with saturated images of natural forms, from flowers to coral reefs. The result was a joyful collection filled with fresh, eye-popping party dresses, fancy pants and colorful knits. Cocktail dresses were made from pieces of plasticized and printed tulle, chiffon and bits of textured fabric.

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