This brand, whose designer goes by the name Mug, took a playful romp through the Fifties replete with cat eye glasses and platform saddle shoes. In keeping with the era, there were slender skirts, high-waisted pants and peplum blouses in a palette of peach, lilac and pale green, while the occasional leopard print provided a dose of edginess. Striking botanical patterns, worked into everything from cigarette pants to bikinis and flirty dresses, gave this collection a fresh feel.

This brand, whose designer goes by the name Mug, took a playful romp through the Fifties replete with cat eye glasses and platform saddle shoes. In keeping with the era, there were slender skirts, high-waisted pants and peplum blouses in a palette of peach, lilac and pale green, while the occasional leopard print provided a dose of edginess. Striking botanical patterns, worked into everything from cigarette pants to bikinis and flirty dresses, gave this collection a fresh feel.

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