Motonari Ono employed a cabaret-style stage, from which models walked the runway in his lingerie-inspired designs. True to his signature style, the collection had no shortage of feminine details like lace and ruffles. There was a slight flapper feel with loose, body skimming dresses trimmed with fringe and lace or tulle overlays. The color palette ranged from mustard and peach to black and crimson, and a floral print over an ivory background was splashed across everything from tights to chiffon babydoll dresses.

Motonari Ono employed a cabaret-style stage, from which models walked the runway in his lingerie-inspired designs. True to his signature style, the collection had no shortage of feminine details like lace and ruffles. There was a slight flapper feel with loose, body skimming dresses trimmed with fringe and lace or tulle overlays. The color palette ranged from mustard and peach to black and crimson, and a floral print over an ivory background was splashed across everything from tights to chiffon babydoll dresses.

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