Suzanne Clements and Inacio Ribeiro’s signature cross-pollination of patterns and colors on geek-chic silhouettes clashed more than matched. The show began with cute oversized florals mixed with graphic, geometric prints that brought to mind Seventies wallpaper, and evolved toward hyper-femininity cut with touches of the flashy and the craftsy. A red lace dress had an elaborately beaded tribal collar, and a leopard print biker jacket was worn over a satin lame skirt.

If it made for a lively mix, the best moments were delivered with relative simplicity and an eye toward the archives, such as a sleeveless V-neck sweater with an embroidered bird motif, and a plaid mini kilt.

Suzanne Clements and Inacio Ribeiro’s signature cross-pollination of patterns and colors on geek-chic silhouettes clashed more than matched. The show began with cute oversized florals mixed with graphic, geometric prints that brought to mind Seventies wallpaper, and evolved toward hyper-femininity cut with touches of the flashy and the craftsy. A red lace dress had an elaborately beaded tribal collar, and a leopard print biker jacket was worn over a satin lame skirt.

If it made for a lively mix, the best moments were delivered with relative simplicity and an eye toward the archives, such as a sleeveless V-neck sweater with an embroidered bird motif, and a plaid mini kilt.

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