A Twenties Man Ray photograph of Peggy Guggenheim was the starting point for Tia Cibani. She translated its Deco spirit with softly sculptured silhouettes and capelike shoulder treatments, as well as a variety of metallics via brocades and lamé. These looked best when more subtly applied, as was the case with the chic gray mohair sweater laced with silk lamé ribbon paired with slouchy gray pants.

A Twenties Man Ray photograph of Peggy Guggenheim was the starting point for Tia Cibani. She translated its Deco spirit with softly sculptured silhouettes and capelike shoulder treatments, as well as a variety of metallics via brocades and lamé. These looked best when more subtly applied, as was the case with the chic gray mohair sweater laced with silk lamé ribbon paired with slouchy gray pants.

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