The contrasting aesthetic languages of artists Josef Albers and Niki de Saint Phalle were the foundation upon which Roksanda Ilincic built her spring collection. Albers’ luscious palette colored panels on graphic close-to-the body dresses, while de Saint Phalle’s free-spirited way of life inspired the mood of the show. Set to a soundtrack of bossa nova beats, the models came out in looks that channeled the Seventies, especially the rust drop-waist shirt dress with a padded bow at its collar and contrasting black cuffs. Also outstanding was a stunning pair of citrus high-waist pants that came with a tucked-in dusty rose blouse and a white cardigan hanging from the shoulders.

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