May 07, 2018 | By Lizzy Bowring
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Milan: After fall’s uncharacteristically dark and drape-y collection, Manuela Arcari lightened up for spring and returned to the minimalist aesthetic for which the Ter et Bantine label is known. In a palette of cool neutrals, Arcari presented clean-lined looks in a range of textural fabrics, including crisp organza, slick leather, and crinkly linen. The soft structure helped to create shapes that were precise yet not rigid, a relaxed form of minimalism. Elements from Marc Jacobs’ seminal spring collection were echoed here. Wide stripes made an appearance, as did the midriff. Cropped tops and hip-slung pants and skirts showed off the season’s hottest erogenous zone. –Joanna Manganaro
Silhouette: Hip-slung / A-line / Roomy
Color: White / Black / Charcoal / Beige / Buttery yellow / Bottle green / Blush / Bronze
Key Items: Hip-slung skirts / Cropped tops / Pieced blazers / Peplum shirt
Materials: Crisp cotton / Organza / Textural suitings / Leather / Lightweight silks
Print + Pattern: Wide stripes / Variegated stripes / Optical illusion squares
Details + Trim: Contrast piping / Box pleats / Peplums / Flounces / Piecing / Elastic waistbands / Collarless and lapel-less constructions
Accessories + Footwear: Flat leather and knit shoes / T-strap flats
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