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From delicately pleated midi skirts speckled with aquamarine hues to seafoam origami-like panelled tops, these seven-seas loving looks make thundering waves across the print pool. The meticulously developed dresses splashed the calm waters of typical spring trends showcasing pastel and nude A-line dresses. Breathtaking? I think so. So were the suspended, disfigured black crinolines (look below) made modern which buoyed up the high-waisted trapezoid dresses.
“The crinolines are to do with this idea of cinematic perspective and perspective achieved with light and shadow. You could see through the layers and it was like bringing our prints into this more 3D world,” said Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos.
As for the silhouettes, a kaleidoscope of mints, lilacs, tangerines, and fuchsia flowed beautifully with overlays of floral lace and embellished tweed. The color and print happy ensembles on the other hand, featured a stagnant length that was ever-present throughout the collection. To underline the focal point on solely the dresses, structured skirts, and cropped tops a luminescent skin symbolizing a healthy glow while still preserving a relevance to the light-infused theme kicked even further with iridescent Nicholas Kirkwood heels. Absole-utely enchanting, don't you think?
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