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Alexis Mabille SPRING 2024 COUTURE

The show opened with pearly, powdery hues of white, ivory, porcelain, and blush, moving toward deeper tones of nude as the show progressed. In addition to addressing diverse complexions, the designer aimed to incorporate various body types, illustrating his range with, on one hand, the transparency of lace, which looked fresh on a bralette and skirt ensemble, and, on the other, womanly styles that would suit most bodies on any occasion. Familiar signatures reprised here included a bustier gown in rice-powder silk piqué and a smattering of shirt dresses, for example in chocolate casimir or with batwing sleeves.

Being well-versed in Hollywood glamour, he also offered up a few befeathered ideas, notably a silk crêpe peignoir style in a stunning (and universally flattering) shade of dark gold.



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