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Fave of a certain Princess-in-waiting, Issa was subtly daring in colour and cut. Flattering deep-cut V’s, flowing jersey and graphic prints were worn with felt hats and slicked back ponytails. The natural make-up with a swipe of red lipstick upped the Upper-East side aesthetic.
Kate Middleton may have made Net-A-Porter a bomb when they sold out of their 380 unit-order of THAT blue dress , but this collection will sell itself. A grey cigarette pant and a nude fur swing jacket was one of the many strong looks from the separates, as was the print maxi skirt with a navy turtle-neck. But, the collection was dominated by jersey dresses in corals, navy, cobalt, greys and maroon. A swish of grey and black chain print adorned a floor-length, long-sleeved frock, the gown’s high neck was tapered by sartorially astute twist at the waist.