Brazilian designer Lucas Nascimento infused his spring collection with lightness, working with multiple inspirations —  Brigitte Bardot in Jean Luc Goddard’s “Le Mepris,” Faye Dunaway in “Mommie Dearest,” and the idea of a bath towel wrapped around the body. “Girls, they look beautiful when then are dressing up,” he said. There were silk knitted sundresses with asymmetric necklines, cocoon capelets in Japanese leather, and sheer knitted column gowns with super fine pleats.

Brazilian designer Lucas Nascimento infused his spring collection with lightness, working with multiple inspirations —  Brigitte Bardot in Jean Luc Goddard's “Le Mepris,” Faye Dunaway in “Mommie Dearest,” and the idea of a bath towel wrapped around the body. "Girls, they look beautiful when then are dressing up," he said. There were silk knitted sundresses with asymmetric necklines, cocoon capelets in Japanese leather, and sheer knitted column gowns with super fine pleats.

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