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Tia Cibani blends ’70s shapes with an eclectic touch

New York: Tia Cibani centered on the meaning behind the arabic word Mabrouka (celebrate, abundant, lucky, blessed) for Spring 2015. The line-up featured of-the-moment silhouettes inspired by the ’70s and updated in alluring materials and textures. A warm, earthy palette of neutrals and spice tones complemented the relaxed ease of the collection. An artisanal hand was evident in every detail, as well as in the prints and patterns. –Deirdre Pérez

Silhouette: Relaxed and fluid draping / Trapeze / Body skimming lines

Key items: Slim-cut trousers / Sheath dresses / V-neck kaftans / Ruffle tops / Bandeau tops and gowns / Suits and sets / Tunics / High-waisted trousers / Pleated skirts

Colour: Saffron / Anise / Turmeric / Cumin / Cayenne / Indigo / Sesame / Rose

Print & Pattern: Dip dye / Stripes / Camouflage roses / Block prints

Materials & knits: Liquid silk satin / Lacquered mud-silk cloth / Linen / Organdy / Silk blends / Cotton blends / Broderie anglaise

Footwear: Platform sandals / Oxfords

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