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Even Karen Elson looked embarrassed to be opening the show in yet another wrap dress (although it was the 40th anniversary of the line, so that may account for it) and thankfully the show swiftly moved on from that point.  While we still saw some draping and wrapping - the title of the show was "Bohemian Wrapsody" after all - an attempt was made to move on from what von Furstenberg has shown previously.

The looks were inspired by a glamorous vagabond of a woman and there were some tribal references in the use of pattern mis-matching and clashing.  We wish more of the star print used on the gown featured above had been used, but the royal blue and rust combination was also very striking.  DVF closed the show with a variety of gold lace mini dresses which managed to flatter all skin tones. No small feat.

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