There was an idea that prints cannot be of any surprise to anyone, anymore. Then came Marni’s Francesco Risso, took some inspiration from 20s and 60s silhouettes and watched Tim Burton’s a couple of times to make the prints alike Willy Wonka’s gardening and the corsets shaped in the form of a teapot. It’s Marni, after all.
Full coverage by Sally Singer at Vogue.com
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