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Emotions Galore!

Antonio Marras once again showed beautifully unique dresses — enriched with embellishment and crafty interventions.
Antonio Marras Autumn/Winter 2016 | Source: InDigital.tv
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  • Angelo Flaccavento

MILAN, Italy —  Marras knows how to make beautifully unique dresses and enrich them with all sorts of embellishment and crafty interventions. His show today was the emotional galore one has come to expect, a eulogy of madness carried through with couture-worthy handiwork. But the problem with Marras is his lack of editing and tendency to bulk up his looks. The pieces are great, but his overall looks can feel a tad heavy. Of course, the catwalk is just a window to a vision, but it would be interesting to see Marras break his formula and try something new; something just as dreamy but less costume-y.

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