May 23, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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For S/S 10, Dutch designer Tony Cohen took tough-edged elements from rock-and-roll chic and made them soft with translucent fabrics and large scale photo-prints depicting blurred flowers. Asymmetrical draped tops danced down the runway in black silk chiffon that floated over sheer trousers with a laser-cut Amazon-inspired appliqué. A one-legged version of this pant was worn under a see-through handkerchief-hemline dress. More movement came from a vest of ostrich feathers that fluttered like angel’s wings for a white on white ensemble.
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