Guillaume Henry kept up the momentum as the head of the label carving out a niche for creative, affordable chic. This time, the designer caught the travel bug, mixing mountain folklore — from the Bavarian Alps to the Himalayas — into his Parisian mademoiselle aesthetic. In the former camp, he took elements of traditional dirndl dresses and lederhosen to give high-waist shorts and leather miniskirts a new twist, and added saucy peekaboo holes on the chest of prim shirts and frocks. The look progressed into more exotic variations crafted from colored laces and vibrant ikat-style fabrics. Within a strong lineup, the high points were the frocks, culminating in a sharply pleated black, pink and yellow patterned dress with a smocked neckline.

Guillaume Henry kept up the momentum as the head of the label carving out a niche for creative, affordable chic. This time, the designer caught the travel bug, mixing mountain folklore — from the Bavarian Alps to the Himalayas — into his Parisian mademoiselle aesthetic. In the former camp, he took elements of traditional dirndl dresses and lederhosen to give high-waist shorts and leather miniskirts a new twist, and added saucy peekaboo holes on the chest of prim shirts and frocks. The look progressed into more exotic variations crafted from colored laces and vibrant ikat-style fabrics. Within a strong lineup, the high points were the frocks, culminating in a sharply pleated black, pink and yellow patterned dress with a smocked neckline.

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