Style.com fills in the details:
"This season's nomad searcher is "looking into antiquity for effortless beauty," with Egypt and the desert on her horizon, along with a side visit to the Pre-Raphaelites. Saucy tiger-print safari suits and leopard-spot shirtdresses mingled with floral-appliqué chiffon and a daisy-chain maxi dress, while brightly colored macramé hippie frocks mixed with more urbane jersey numbers."
To be honest, we think this one's kind of a yawn. Oh sure, there are individual pieces that bring the pretty and as always, she has a great eye for prints, but as a whole, we've seen more exciting collections from her in the past. DVF always distinguished herself by being one of those designers who really has her finger on the pulse of the consumer. To that end, it's a very wearable collection. Very "real woman." It's just not that exciting to us. The best we could muster was the occasional "That's pretty."
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