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Billowing dresses and sheer nude fabrics with an occasional pop of paisley defined LA-based designer Stephanie Lampkin's Spring 2014 collection for Odylyne, which showed yesterday at The Grove. In the show notes, Lampkin said that the season was inspired by "the symmetry and mysticism found in the Indian and Moroccan culture," accentuated by chunky necklaces in earthy hues and attention-grabbing tribal couture headdresses by AMAROQ by Kate Marie Thompson. A stellar look for Burning Man.
Blousy harem pants made an appearance, as did floor-length metallic foiled lace, and Lampkin continues on to explain that she wanted to "create a connection between the simplicity of modern details by fusing them with the richness of Indian design and silhouettes."
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