From the opening look (a cropped khaki trench with matching high-waisted skirt and booties) to the closing gown (a two-tone column dress of pale pink and dove gray with black strips holding it closed at the shoulder and waist), Marios Schwab focused on simple, structured, suiting-inspired basics.
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