Belgium designer Jean-Paul Lespagnard took an ethnic inspiration for spring, resulting in looks that appeared to be an homage to the chic and easy dress of African women. There were prints that mixed oranges with kaleidoscopic motifs, oversize eyelets on crisp cottons, tweedy raw silks and denim, all worked on muumuu shapes and roomy pants.

Belgium designer Jean-Paul Lespagnard took an ethnic inspiration for spring, resulting in looks that appeared to be an homage to the chic and easy dress of African women. There were prints that mixed oranges with kaleidoscopic motifs, oversize eyelets on crisp cottons, tweedy raw silks and denim, all worked on muumuu shapes and roomy pants.

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