This brand’s designer, who goes by the single name Olga, showed a colorful collection for spring, with most pieces done in an abstract print reminiscent of tie-dye, in cool tones of blue, purple, green and magenta. There were pieced-together fleece hoodies; loose, asymmetric T-shirts, short-sleeved coats in lightweight jersey and harem pants cropped at the lower calf. Just when the show, staged as part of a fashion festival at a local park, started to get a little repetitive, a modern dancer took to the runway. He removed layers of bright-blue outer garments as he performed. Finally, the show closed with two sculptural, slightly Gothic dresses in black and gray, respectively.

This brand’s designer, who goes by the single name Olga, showed a colorful collection for spring, with most pieces done in an abstract print reminiscent of tie-dye, in cool tones of blue, purple, green and magenta. There were pieced-together fleece hoodies; loose, asymmetric T-shirts, short-sleeved coats in lightweight jersey and harem pants cropped at the lower calf. Just when the show, staged as part of a fashion festival at a local park, started to get a little repetitive, a modern dancer took to the runway. He removed layers of bright-blue outer garments as he performed. Finally, the show closed with two sculptural, slightly Gothic dresses in black and gray, respectively.

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