The floral installations of artist Rebecca Louise Law served as a starting point for Anna Molinari’s ultrafeminine resort collection.
The artworks’ fragile delicate beauty translated into the fluid chiffon dresses, worked in soft tones of pink and yellow, embellished with details in the same fabric resembling feathers. They demonstrated the label’s high-end craftsmanship, which was also on display in the hand-embroidered tulle ensembles, which were punctuated with tiny beads, crystals and micro-organza flowers.
The floral motif also continued in a range of designs, including a leather biker jacket matched with a plissé mini skirt and a flowing gown enriched with a soft bow at the collar, all printed with a fresh violet pattern.
More nocturnal shades of blue gave a sophisticated touch to a range of all-over sequined pieces, including a midiskirt matched with a fitted knitted polo and an oversized cardigan paired with an asymmetric, ruffled chambray skirt.
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