Contrasts emerged as key elements of Chadwick Bell’s simple yet chic collection. The designer juxtaposed fluid with architecture-inspired shapes including silk wrap column dresses and wool-crepe flared skirts, the latter paired with raw-cut leather vests. Bell worked a minimal color palette of neutrals, interrupted by pops of pink, which he used, for example, on a silk plissé gown trimmed with black. 

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