Summary: Fun was definitely in the air at Joanna Mastroianni‘s Spring show. In the tent– blasting pop music. On the models– the season’s happiest, brightest colors. Models held hands in happiness down the runway and Mastroianni’s Pomerian made an appearance to close the show. Inspired by the work of Tony Duquette, the looks were of course colorful, but also classically cut with a youthful side. The Grecian gowns were pure and feminine, but edgy shorts and pants for evening were also featured. Both entertaining and downright gleeful, Mastroianni’s Spring line will be making women smile in 2009.
Color Palette: fuchsia, tangerine, salmon, lime, red ochre, canary, chartreuse, coral, black, white, nude, silver, indigo
Fabrics & Textures: silk, hand painted trellis, lattice, matelasse, malachite, cotton faux crocodile, patent leather, cotton pique, polka dot, pinstripe, suede, geometric shapes, chantilly lace, embroidery, tulle, feathers, animal print lace
– Hayley Wells
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