While it may not have been readily apparent from the clothes, Atsushi Nakashima drew inspiration from Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí for his spring collection. Nakashima said the bright yellow and blue for dresses, high-waisted pants and cropped tops came from Gaudí’s Park Guell palette, while he channeled Casa Batllo for the kaleidoscope-looking print on silk shirts and dresses. The designer closed the show with two gowns in the lightest of silk organza, meant to express the beauty of the Sagrada Familia.

While it may not have been readily apparent from the clothes, Atsushi Nakashima drew inspiration from Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí for his spring collection. Nakashima said the bright yellow and blue for dresses, high-waisted pants and cropped tops came from Gaudí’s Park Guell palette, while he channeled Casa Batllo for the kaleidoscope-looking print on silk shirts and dresses. The designer closed the show with two gowns in the lightest of silk organza, meant to express the beauty of the Sagrada Familia.

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