With moonscapes and interplanetary travel in mind, Maria Grachvogel employed a palette of pale tones to create a spare and elegant collection. The designer downplayed her signature prints, and instead focused on blocks of taupe, gunmetal, black and white for A-line skirts -some with sheer organza hemlines – or satin-backed crepe dresses. She took a softer approach to evening with more fluid forms, the prettiest of which was a floor-length, silk crepe dress with fluttering cap sleeves.

With moonscapes and interplanetary travel in mind, Maria Grachvogel employed a palette of pale tones to create a spare and elegant collection. The designer downplayed her signature prints, and instead focused on blocks of taupe, gunmetal, black and white for A-line skirts -some with sheer organza hemlines - or satin-backed crepe dresses. She took a softer approach to evening with more fluid forms, the prettiest of which was a floor-length, silk crepe dress with fluttering cap sleeves.

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