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Shaking up the Pucci stereotype of 60s kaleidoscopic colour, Peter Dundas sent his first thirteen mannequins down the runway fully clad in china white; this time the beauty was in the detail. Shapes were kept sleek and flowing, while oriental-inspired embroideries were sandwiched between sheer sheets of chiffon. Elaborately decorated dragons and tigers curled around the girls bodies setting the scene for an all white Blue Willow China tale. Cara Delevingne brought the first colour in a khaki kimono style shirt and more earth tones followed on intricately printed pyjama pants matched with similarly silky bombers. Adding a show-stopper to the glitz and glitter of the show so far, Joan Smalls strode out in a strikingly scarlet full-length halterneck sure to be spotted on some starlet or other on a SS13 red carpet.
Text: Felicity Kinsella
Photography: Mitchell Sams
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