Trish Wescoat Pound drew from Victorian-era horror literature, translating its Gothic and romantic imagery into a darkly feminine lineup. Done in mostly black and white, the vast collection of silk chiffon dresses and tailored separates was heavy on embellishment — studs, beading, lace, sequins, fringe, exposed zippers — and floral and bird prints. A chic, black trench dress with a cutaway hem demonstrated restraint, while a pair of beaded black leggings had party girl written all over them.

Trish Wescoat Pound drew from Victorian-era horror literature, translating its Gothic and romantic imagery into a darkly feminine lineup. Done in mostly black and white, the vast collection of silk chiffon dresses and tailored separates was heavy on embellishment — studs, beading, lace, sequins, fringe, exposed zippers — and floral and bird prints. A chic, black trench dress with a cutaway hem demonstrated restraint, while a pair of beaded black leggings had party girl written all over them.

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