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Editorial

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini took a trip to calm serenity in shades of sand, turtle-dove, camel and clear skies. Kaftans, tunics and djellaba were ideal for a trip to the desert. Long, lightweight robes suitable for walking on the dunes. In dark or light tints, they featured transparencies, fringes, polka dots, flounces, needlework and passementerie. Nautical prints and stripes came in turquoise. Knots and rope belts cinched the waist. Mini-dresses featured puff sleeves, deep V necklines and Victorian ruches. Python featured heavily in the collection, in relaxed shorts and trousers and ruffled tops. Bombers and mini-dresses had snakeskin patterns. Other materials were leather, suede, linen and natural fabrics. There were also dinner jacket bib fronts, chenille jumpsuits, and crystal-covered dresses like shimmers in the Saharan skies. For delicate, nomadic women. Free spirits.