Designer Karisia Paponi unveiled her collection ‘It’s Four O’Clock’ at the year-end show at the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Inspired by china patterns, her scalloped dresses were trimmed with gold, Wedgwood blue and mauve.
Even more dramatic were the saucer jackets. The black and gold cover-up creates a spectacular fashion statement, a cool way to hide from view and a wind-break all in one.
However, with enough wind, I would imagine it would be difficult to maneuver down the street. Take a closer look; the dress itself is modeled after a folded plate in a traditional china pattern.
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