The Urals inspired Christophe Josse to create discrete, ultrafeminine silhouettes. Drawing on the region’s rich folklore, the designer wrapped his Near Eastern princesses in either silk-fringe collar-scarves or lean, embroidered coats.

A long, wool kaftan worn over a pair of Neoprene knickers had an effortlessly elegant air, while soft lamb leather was folded into a wrap dress boasting sleeves in the shape of Russian candy. The muted palette of powdered rose, bronze and ivory conjured a warm, wintery feel.

The Urals inspired Christophe Josse to create discrete, ultrafeminine silhouettes. Drawing on the region’s rich folklore, the designer wrapped his Near Eastern princesses in either silk-fringe collar-scarves or lean, embroidered coats.

A long, wool kaftan worn over a pair of Neoprene knickers had an effortlessly elegant air, while soft lamb leather was folded into a wrap dress boasting sleeves in the shape of Russian candy. The muted palette of powdered rose, bronze and ivory conjured a warm, wintery feel.

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