Don O’Neill channeled the vibrant, burgeoning city of Havana for his spring Theia lineup, drawing on the city’s colorful architecture and general joie de vivre. “It was about keeping everything very playful,” O’Neill said, motioning to the collection’s floaty, feminine silhouettes, which featured tiered ruffles, handkerchief hemlines, pussy bows and romantic sleeves. A few looks featured ample surface decoration, from allover floral lace to metallic and sequin embroidered bugs and humming birds. More minimalist — but not lacking in punch — were O’Neill’s silk dresses rendered in hues of bright coral and turquoise with off-the-shoulder or plunging necklines and body-conscious mermaid hems. All of it worked to showcase and flatter the female form.

By  on September 22, 2016

Don O'Neill channeled the vibrant, burgeoning city of Havana for his spring Theia lineup, drawing on the city's colorful architecture and general joie de vivre. "It was about keeping everything very playful," O'Neill said, motioning to the collection's floaty, feminine silhouettes, which featured tiered ruffles, handkerchief hemlines, pussy bows and romantic sleeves. A few looks featured ample surface decoration, from allover floral lace to metallic and sequin embroidered bugs and humming birds. More minimalist — but not lacking in punch — were O'Neill's silk dresses rendered in hues of bright coral and turquoise with off-the-shoulder or plunging necklines and body-conscious mermaid hems. All of it worked to showcase and flatter the female form.

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