Using blues, blacks and muted greens, the Ter et Bantine show was predominantly grown-up and understated; The collection kept to well defined structures in stiff fabrics like silk gazarre or cotton canvas featuring almost military style pockets. The main theme was the 'play of opposites' with super short or midi lengths with clinging or wide forms around the body whilst pencil slim dresses stood out against maxi T-shirts and silk fabrics were bright against the cottons in intentional opaques. Dresses featured high-necked, demure fronts leaving a bare back maintaining an understated sex appeal. Toned down and refined, the clothes were dedlicate yet sturdy.
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