A brilliantly beautiful combination of ballerina inspired silhouettes with enough lace and floral prints to make anyone swoon.
Style.com reviews, “Erdem Moralioglu had a dream summer at the side of Jane Pritchard while she was co-curating the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballets Russes, 1909-1929 exhibition…The experience was so inspiring that it shaped the substance of his Spring collection (and the sound of his show—the music was from the ballet Petrouchka, one of Nijinsky’s triumphs). The structure and flou of ballet costumes were clearly reflected in Moralioglu’s dresses, with their fitted bodices and flaring skirts. A harlequin pattern the designer found on the racks shaped the patchwork of a shirtdress and pants, the latter paired with a blouse in an utterly ravishing poppy print, also Russian. And Nicholas Kirkwood’s gorgeous shoes tied up the calf like ballet slippers.”
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