Masculine/feminine was the prevailing theme for Albino D’Amato, who subtly referenced each side with takes on the shirtdress, drapey jersey numbers and faint tuxedo detailing.

The standouts were all woman. The designer used an organza lace for a beautiful baby blue gown that was softly glamorous; the same material was also more casually rendered in a red-and-black tunic top shown with a silk faille skirt. The look played into the more youthful side of his woman.

Masculine/feminine was the prevailing theme for Albino D’Amato, who subtly referenced each side with takes on the shirtdress, drapey jersey numbers and faint tuxedo detailing.


The standouts were all woman. The designer used an organza lace for a beautiful baby blue gown that was softly glamorous; the same material was also more casually rendered in a red-and-black tunic top shown with a silk faille skirt. The look played into the more youthful side of his woman.

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