Francesca Liberatore spring/summer 2017 collection catwalk show for NYFW
Francesca Liberatore began her new collection with a two-piece pant set, olive in colour, with a lime green strain of material tied on the side of it. A black skirt with tiny intricate stripes, with a flap of extra material hanging from the top, was paired with a simple blouse following the first piece. There were also graphic T-shirts paired with such skirts, with writing on the front and images on the back. Other skirts had huge circular shapes, resembling the shape of a globe. The globe shapes appeared sporadically on other dresses, one taking up most of the space on the bottom part of the dress, organically separating at the split of the dress.
A bright valor V-neck top was combined with a yellow-orange knee-length skirt, with its split beginning at the upper thigh section. This particular model carried her coat, a contrasting burnt orange. Following that was an earth toned blue and brown long skirt of smaller globe shapes on the front. Francesca liked a lime green, valor tube top to compliment the earth-like scheme.
Another valor outfit, a flirty pink dress and a large copper-coloured bag and matching plaid bow on the left shoulder, sort of broke up the earth tones. But then, another copper fixture, a dress short in the front, and long in the back, floated in mid air.
Francesca finished the line with more plaids and valor including burnt-orange strapless dresses with the same coloured belt to bring the waist line.
Photos: Luis R Feliz
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