Season after season, Max Azria continues to reinvent the Hervé Léger bandage dress, a silhouette the company first showed in 1985. Spring’s motif was a quilted patchwork that created a graphic effect when spliced throughout the dress. Versions came flared at the hemline or jazzed up with interlocking chains, a fishnetlike overlay and leather harnesses. Azria also showed swimsuits that he called “playsuits.” Unlined and worked in the same materials and embellishments as the dresses, they’ll look great on the beach — just don’t go in the water.

Season after season, Max Azria continues to reinvent the Hervé Léger bandage dress, a silhouette the company first showed in 1985. Spring’s motif was a quilted patchwork that created a graphic effect when spliced throughout the dress. Versions came flared at the hemline or jazzed up with interlocking chains, a fishnetlike overlay and leather harnesses. Azria also showed swimsuits that he called “playsuits.” Unlined and worked in the same materials and embellishments as the dresses, they’ll look great on the beach — just don’t go in the water.

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