Life’s a Frill

CAP­TURE THE JOY OF SPRING AS FASH­ION BURSTS INTO LIFE WITH THREE-DI­MEN­SIONAL RUF­FLES FLUT­TER­ING AS PRET­TILY AS PE­TALS

Hong Kong Tatler - - Radar -

Pra­bal Gu­rung is in­spired by Korean artist Lee Ufan as printed fab­ric in blue hues in­ter­play as frills on skirts, and across shoul­ders and neck­lines. The look is one of con­trast: op­u­lence and stark­ness, pat­tern and plain, tex­ture and smooth. For a heav­ier, evening look, Marni’s ver­sion is like cou­ture origami. Ruf­fles are a sig­na­ture of the la­bel and this sea­son they are reimag­ined in rich, heavy bro­cade carved into frills swathed across the legs with fresh white cot­ton peep­ing from un­der­neath. To com­plete the look, bal­ance the drama of the fab­ric by wear­ing chunky, three-di­men­sional jew­ellery while keep­ing shoes and bags strappy and sim­ple, re­spec­tively.

CLOCK­WISE FROM ABOVE: BACK­STAGE AT PRA­BAL GU­RUNG; HAND­BAG BY ROGER VIVIER; SHOE BY LOUIS VUIT­TON; LOOK BY MARNI; NECK­LACE BY HERVÉ VAN DER STRAETEN, AVAIL­ABLE AT NET- A- PORTER

LOOK BY CHLOÉ; PINKY RING BY YEPREM, AVAIL­ABLE AT PLUKKA; FOLD­ABLE BALLET FLATS BY TIEKS

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