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The collection referenced Casa Batllo, a fantastically decorated home by Antoni Gaudí, to inject a Spanish…
Chris Leba offered modernized denim balanced by ready-to-wear with a Fifties Elvis influence.
The lineup focused on slight contrasts of the masculine and feminine in soft-yet-manipulated fabrics.
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This season's silhouettes were a little more feminine, but still undone and boxy.
A trip to New Mexico inspired the color palette and overall sense of poetic romance.
The line aims to offer breezy beach-to-dinner coordinated caftan and gown sets in original digital prints.
Resort delivered on statement gowns rooted in lavish embroidery, bold colors and sculpted construction.
The designer concentrated on youthful, interchangeable evening separates.
The range was flirtier, less structured and more graphic than its sister label Marchesa.
A light feminist spirit coursed throughout the playful resort collection.
The inaugural resort collection expanded on swimwear and introduced lighter-weight fabrics.
The designer channeled Jane Birkin for a collection of flirty separates and a bohemian spirit.
The collection's easy aesthetic was finished with elevated details for evening.
The fashion message was black-and-white gingham.
The collection took color inspiration and a cheeky llama print from Peru.
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