In both of these looks (above & below) oblong geometric shapes are fused together with moody yet complimentary colors to give the illusion of a floral softness.
Above, the hombre moment is interpreted nicely by achieving a swooping angle on the diagonal. It is always characteristic of the DVF design squad to have a light-hearted look in the collection. However, despite the fact that a tunic (below) is printed with the whimsical feel of butterflies, the strategic border placements helps it adhere to the standard of sophistication that is always a part the overall initiative in her collections. This show was fashioned after the likeness of a rock goddess with nostalgic hints of a "hippie" era past and is filled with looks and prints that will be adored for years to come.