Jul 04, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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Sweetly disheveled girls in pieced-together frocks floated down the runway on sky-high platform espadrilles for Antonio Marras’s S/S 10 collection. Lace, textured chiffon and silk were used for delicate dresses and separates in a pale palette, all with a bit of a 1940s feeling. Easy jackets and coats with 3/4 length sleeves — some in smart summer-weight tweed — gave structure to lovely feminine separates. Walking shorts were a major item, with one pair made of translucent sequins. Slouchy hosiery and offbeat embellishments — an amalgamation of flower appliqués, pearls and buttons – lent a freewheeling mood to the collection, balancing out its sweetness.
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