Ruched bodices and lengthy trains on draped mini-dresses came in quiet greys and patterned prints, sticking to Blumarine's typically feminine and girly aesthetic. References to Grecian icons with graceful layers on the one-pieces were contrasted with fringing on black leather or gold-sprayed jackets adding a tougher edge. The pale colours and classic contemporary shapes in the sub-label were a move away from designer Anna Molinari's previous Spring 2010 collection with similarly feminine but much brighter and pop-out colours.
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