Greek designer Christina Economou played with contrasts in her latest lineup, juxtaposing floaty, romantic looks with boyish attitude. Case in point: A fluid, floral-printed silk maxidress — featuring a leafy botanical motif inspired by vintage wallpaper — looked ethereal yet cool styled under an oversize, bubblegum-pink denim jacket.

Outerwear, rendered in rich fabrics in vivid colors with unexpected embellishments, was the collection’s highlight. Take, for example, a boxy cloqué coat done in lavender and pink brocade with a mandarin collar. There were Bermuda shorts to match and take the look maximal. More quiet but still charming was a collarless cotton linen safari jacket with hand-embroidered bird and floral appliqués.

Novelty denim continues to be a strong category for the brand — the collection’s striped trouser jeans, cut with a relaxed fit, were a great compliment to Economou’s range of playful, sexy cropped tops.

By  on September 6, 2016

Greek designer Christina Economou played with contrasts in her latest lineup, juxtaposing floaty, romantic looks with boyish attitude. Case in point: A fluid, floral-printed silk maxidress — featuring a leafy botanical motif inspired by vintage wallpaper — looked ethereal yet cool styled under an oversize, bubblegum-pink denim jacket.

Outerwear, rendered in rich fabrics in vivid colors with unexpected embellishments, was the collection’s highlight. Take, for example, a boxy cloqué coat done in lavender and pink brocade with a mandarin collar. There were Bermuda shorts to match and take the look maximal. More quiet but still charming was a collarless cotton linen safari jacket with hand-embroidered bird and floral appliqués.

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