James Coviello’s silk tunic and Dickyi’s beaded silk sarong for Tibet Kailash, worn with Filigrana gold earrings and José & Maria Barrera necklaces.

NEW YORK — The mystique of far-away places has emerged for spring in a variety of shapes, fabrics and patterns. Invoking that gypsy spirit, designers are making use of embroidery and embellishments to create looks that are elegant yet light and...

NEW YORK — The mystique of far-away places has emerged for spring in a variety of shapes, fabrics and patterns. Invoking that gypsy spirit, designers are making use of embroidery and embellishments to create looks that are elegant yet light and almost casual. Here, James Coviello’s silk tunic and Dickyi’s beaded silk sarong for Tibet Kailash, worn with Filigrana gold earrings and José & Maria Barrera necklaces. For more, see photo spread “Far and Away.”

This story first appeared in the November 25, 2003 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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