Lightness and fragility intertwine in the luminous whiteness of long tiered dresses in openwork lace: in nely crocheted short wrap dresses; or else, in shirtdress in crisp poplin with Chantilly lace embroidered bustiers.
The signature Blumarine roses bloom as in summer gardens on pastel pink long ruched dresses, growing in a lush foliage dotted with strawberries.
Printed roses also infuse sensuality on skinny jeans, worn with elegant organza blouses in a bright lime color; they thrive on slim blush pencil skirts, paired with crocheted ruched sweaters with deep décolletage. Pink, a quintessential Blumarine color, is modulated in a thousand shades, adding to the mischievous grace of delightful macramé little dresses and lace-incrusted slipdresses,
worn under fur coats.
Playing on contrasts, the famous Blumarine animalier print is o ered in a graphic version,
which gives a wrap coat with raw-fringed hem or little shorts and knitted crop-tops a modern and sexy attitude.
Summer evenings lit up with bright colors, precious embellishments and exquisite embroideries. Radiant shades of fuchsia shine on organza dresses with scalloped volants; apricot-colored ruches twirl on body-skimming dresses in a beautiful peony hue.
A color palette of blue and turquoise evokes a feel for terse summer skies and fresh sea breezes, captured in sinuous lingerie-inspired satin slipdress or in long tiered dresses.
Gold shines on oral sequined tulle slipdresses or on uid palazzo pants with matching tops; embroidered motifs embellish delicate dusty-pink dresses and evening trench coats, enhancing their feminine yet e ortless allure.
BLUMARINE S/S 2020