Mary Katrantzou‘s quintessential lampshade-like silhouettes and trompe l’oeil prints have evolved tenfold for fall. Images of pencils, cutlery, coat hangers, old-fashioned typewriters, and circular telephone dials were digitally stamped atop structured dresses with knitted details and flowy chiffon frocks. The continuation of the Mary Katrantzou saga has my spirits soaring high and almost has me forgetting that I recently missed out on her Topshop collaboration . . . WTF, I know.
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