Sara Cavazza Facchini played with fluid fabrics and transparencies for this upbeat collection that had a mid-century Mediterranean holiday feel. A flared, sea blue belted coat — something Audrey Hepburn might have worn — opened the show, while one of the prettiest pieces in the lineup was a dark bougainvillea pink gown that enveloped the model like a fresh mist.

A bright palm and flower print drifted across fluid jumpsuits, some with kimono tops, and a long caftan-style dress with a high collar. The designer also played with transparencies, whipping up a clear plastic cape that looked as if it was covered in candy wrappers while clear pouf sleeves finished off a white blouse. Skinny, zip-back dresses in a fuzzy teddy bear fabric missed the mark, though, and looked almost painful to wear in the muggy heat of this summery September in Milan.

By  on September 20, 2018

Sara Cavazza Facchini played with fluid fabrics and transparencies for this upbeat collection that had a mid-century Mediterranean holiday feel. A flared, sea blue belted coat — something Audrey Hepburn might have worn — opened the show, while one of the prettiest pieces in the lineup was a dark bougainvillea pink gown that enveloped the model like a fresh mist.

A bright palm and flower print drifted across fluid jumpsuits, some with kimono tops, and a long caftan-style dress with a high collar. The designer also played with transparencies, whipping up a clear plastic cape that looked as if it was covered in candy wrappers while clear pouf sleeves finished off a white blouse. Skinny, zip-back dresses in a fuzzy teddy bear fabric missed the mark, though, and looked almost painful to wear in the muggy heat of this summery September in Milan.

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