Given all the high-concept ideas swirling around over the past few days, it was nothing short of refreshing being virtually seduced by Yigal Azrouël's fresh and feminine collection. Models glided down the runway in soft and fluid silk dresses accented with earthy prints. A mix of modern tailoring and easy romance, Azrouël's full line-up of shapely trousers, cropped blouses, and ankle-skimming dresses was a beautiful study in laid-back luxe. And that Bianca-esque tuxedo number at the end? A smart and chic contradiction to the collection's more sensual vibe.
Shanghai Fashion Week Cancels Next Month’s Event Because Of...
Shanghai Fashion Week, which typically takes place after Paris Fashion Week in March, has officially been postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The or