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BCBG MAX AZRIA let us fall into a trance under a canopy of daunting celling heights, magnifying the electricity of ‘cool.’ A warming filled sunset cascaded its lights over an exponentially elevated room while the smell of a 1970s blissful freedom filled the air. 

A stage set for a vintage cotton candy Californian Boho skateboard kind of freedom. The girls set an individualistic characterizing tone with their bucket hats, perfectly contrasting balance and paved footsteps with scrunched fringed leg warmer-like moccasins. A liberating spirit welcomed an echoed expressway of collectively unabashed eclectic blend of wide ranging colors, mixed prints and collaborating woven textures.  

Elongated bell striped flares, glistened with touches of brocaded metallics, just the right amount of shine to weave into its colorful and tie-dyed counterparts. The silhouettes ran from boxy oversized, to a slender slim carefree ruffled frill. The rugged renegade of an effortless summer stain. You simply wanted to adopt the coolness of their airy blissful attitude. 

Quintessential quilting, patchwork and knits, rich compositions and patterned embroidery introduced an expressive energy and confident edge. Gradients, marbled textiles and pastel garden delights of color were the perfectly seasoned mixings to a feather weight glide of mixed proportions.

Words:Chaunielle Brown