Shading is a playful variation of macro and micro floral prints, intertwining on poudré and cerulean dresses — maxi, extremely light and made of horizontal strips with a patchwork effect. Shading is the colour gradient of sunset on an impalpable chiffon minidress with three-quarter bishop sleeves, or on a wide-neckline midi dress.
It is a play of pastel stripes on a flounced chemisier, or it is the light transparency of rebrodé lace of a flared minidress with bell sleeves. Shading is also the dégradé de couleurs effect on full-sequin night dresses, resembling bright paintings of mysterious landscapes and flowers.
Silhouettes play with “over” volumes contrasting tighter slightly ‘30s shapes.
The chromatic palette mixes sky hues — light and cerulean blues, as well as pinks, peaches and yellows of a sunset — with earth colours — écru, muted gold, saffron, soft green — and touches of metallic light.
Ineffable beauty, in a thousand shades of late spring.