Oscar de la Renta Spring/Summer 2014

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With a little prodding, Oscar de la Renta copped yesterday to an Elizabethan motif, driven by his ownership of “two very famous portraits of Elizabethan ladies»: the Fitton sisters. The collection worked the Elizabethan angle with smart restraint and Old World pieces were nowhere to be seen. Instead,  there were classic day clothes in navy and white, with little adjustments here and there to bring proportions up-to-date. The variety continued into evening, which ranged from a narrow column dress in tiers of aqua georgette trimmed in tiny pearls to a frothy confection in citrine silk faille and tulle with black filigree embroidery

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