Ellsworth Kelly, Jean Degottex and Lucio Fontana’s graphic artworks informed Maryling’s spring collection. For starters, colorful polka dots appeared on midlength gingham dresses as well as on Sixties-inspired ones; while a blue brushstroke enlivened a languid, flowing white number.

The art references continued via optical prints and geometric shapes in primary palette, reaching a pinnacle with a three-quarter-length dress with asymmetric straps. Although everything was perfectly wearable, the lineup fell flat at times, lacking any real runway purpose — except maybe at the very end. The yellow, black and tonal pink silk caftan closed the show on a high note.

By  on September 20, 2017

Ellsworth Kelly, Jean Degottex and Lucio Fontana’s graphic artworks informed Maryling’s spring collection. For starters, colorful polka dots appeared on midlength gingham dresses as well as on Sixties-inspired ones; while a blue brushstroke enlivened a languid, flowing white number.

The art references continued via optical prints and geometric shapes in primary palette, reaching a pinnacle with a three-quarter-length dress with asymmetric straps. Although everything was perfectly wearable, the lineup fell flat at times, lacking any real runway purpose — except maybe at the very end. The yellow, black and tonal pink silk caftan closed the show on a high note.

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