Inspired by David Hamilton photographs, Anna Molinari’s lineup for Blugirl was all about bohemian innocence laced with a subtle innuendo. The silhouettes were sweet (drop-waist dresses with tiered ruffled skirts, peasant styles, baby dolls) and the fabrics (broderie anglais, delicate crochet, eyelet, tulle) were pure sugar.

Yet Molinari cut the saccharine with a soft sexuality, working in sheers layered over animal prints. If focused to the point of repetition — nearly identical styles were cycled through an array of pastels — the collection made sense for the contemporary customer, more so than it has in past seasons.

Inspired by David Hamilton photographs, Anna Molinari’s lineup for Blugirl was all about bohemian innocence laced with a subtle innuendo. The silhouettes were sweet (drop-waist dresses with tiered ruffled skirts, peasant styles, baby dolls) and the fabrics (broderie anglais, delicate crochet, eyelet, tulle) were pure sugar.

Yet Molinari cut the saccharine with a soft sexuality, working in sheers layered over animal prints. If focused to the point of repetition — nearly identical styles were cycled through an array of pastels — the collection made sense for the contemporary customer, more so than it has in past seasons.

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