Inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea,” Kinder Aggugini showed a print-heavy collection with a nautical theme. Typical sailor tattoos — swallows, mermaids, swordfish, and ships’ wheels — adorned pinafore dresses and paneled skirts. Broderie anglaise appeared on dip-dyed tailored jackets while a vintage map tea-towel print faded into a gingham dress. For evening, the long tentacles of octopi crawled over devoré dresses. These shipwrecked lasses also sported clogs by the Swedish company Hasbeens, and hats by Stephen Jones.

Inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea,” Kinder Aggugini showed a print-heavy collection with a nautical theme. Typical sailor tattoos — swallows, mermaids, swordfish, and ships’ wheels — adorned pinafore dresses and paneled skirts. Broderie anglaise appeared on dip-dyed tailored jackets while a vintage map tea-towel print faded into a gingham dress. For evening, the long tentacles of octopi crawled over devoré dresses. These shipwrecked lasses also sported clogs by the Swedish company Hasbeens, and hats by Stephen Jones.

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