Paula Knorr knows who her audience is, and that’s the woman who prefers figure-hugging dresses, a silhouette that she has stuck with for the past few seasons. That same woman likes glitz, glamour and shine, such as her ruched asymmetric dresses — to show a bit of leg — which were densely covered in sequins. Knorr is also known to be fond of draping, and this was seen again on one-sleeved dresses.
What she did experiment with was colors and patterns. Lamé tops, dresses and jumpsuits transitioned from tie-dye pinks, terra-cotta and mustard yellow and these were paired with flowy white capes that were embellished with floral-patterned sequins. There was a standout piece — an embellished square-neck black dress with a flowy skirt — a new silhouette that will hopefully take center stage next season.
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Launch Gallery: Paula Knorr RTW Spring 2020