Natasa Cagalj worked up a collection packed with easy silhouettes meant to be transformed depending on the time of day or the wearer’s mood: A long black velvet dress morphed into glam eveningwear thanks to a little bejeweled harness, while coats in olive wool or baby camel transformed into sharply tailored pieces with the quick addition of a long, scarf-like lapel.

The designer also worked statement details into the simplest styles, giving them a glamorous edge: Fat round rings for the belt of a lightweight trench; slashes at the sides and elbows of a long wool dress; long, swooshing fringes on the bottom of a dark chenille velvet dress and white cotton poplin shirts with collars in the shape of lightning bolts.

By  on January 10, 2018

Natasa Cagalj worked up a collection packed with easy silhouettes meant to be transformed depending on the time of day or the wearer’s mood: A long black velvet dress morphed into glam eveningwear thanks to a little bejeweled harness, while coats in olive wool or baby camel transformed into sharply tailored pieces with the quick addition of a long, scarf-like lapel.

The designer also worked statement details into the simplest styles, giving them a glamorous edge: Fat round rings for the belt of a lightweight trench; slashes at the sides and elbows of a long wool dress; long, swooshing fringes on the bottom of a dark chenille velvet dress and white cotton poplin shirts with collars in the shape of lightning bolts.

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