WWD - Prune Goldschmidt RTW Spring 2024

Each season, Prune Goldschmidt packs a suitcase and comes back with inspiration.

This time it took her to India, and the French designer returned with the shapes and colors of silks and saris for her collection. Goldschmidt looked to the saris for shape, using draping on skirts and dresses, as well as slashing tops in places to recall the way a single wrap of 18 feet of fabric gathers around the body.

The silk jacquards were reproduced in suits with Nehru collars with mint and gold, while jumpsuits in fuchsia and marigold made their mark. All her practicality was in play, with ample pockets, elastic waists and generous cuts meant to work on all body shapes.

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