In the concrete garden of a cool Chelsea gallery, giant paper
anemones seemed to grow from the stone floor, surrounded by Lela Rose
models, with a collection of 12 dresses focused on showcasing new
fabrics, textures and modern embroidery techniques.
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From an ivory two-tiered strapless trapeze dress smothered in
organza petals, to a meticulously cut silk crepe and lace long
sleeved dress with cut-out details, a nude waxed floral embroidered
short dress with Watteau train (a train that comes from the upper
back as opposed to the waist), to a simple yet grandiose strapless
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