Oct 05, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
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London: Maria Grachvogel has been exploring a long and languid silhouette over the past few seasons, and the proportion works well for her simple yet sophisticated pieces. This season, ankle-grazing dresses and skirts made from matte lightweight silks looked ethereal and airy in a palette of white and pale tones with pops of acid yellow. Grachvogel also introduced covetable, fluttery shorts and skirts with bucket pockets that made for a rounded shape and the high-waisted wide-leg pants that have already become a key item this season. The highlight of the show was a blurry abstract print that mixed cool greys and blacks with the acid yellow she had introduced earlier, as well as a soft green. The print was used for easy boat neck tops and asymmetrical liquid satin dresses, giving them a sense of moodiness that balanced out the softer opening looks.
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