Blumaine S/S 2010 / MFW / Day two

Jamaica me crazy. That was the motto for Blumarine this season as Anna Molinari whipped up a girlish homage to the island and its culture, complete with a pumping reggae soundtrack. She opened with a tropical tie-dye story, in an explosion of bright fuchsias, tangerines, sorbet yellows and limes. And while only the pluckiest of gals could rock the look head-to-toe, there were plenty of terrific summer items to be pulled: vibrant caftans, breezy blouses and sweater dresses. Then came the brief sexy-safari spell — in a toned-down palette of neutrals and golds — before Molinari’s full-on Rastafarian romp, with camo getups and punky tricolor streetwear. As for her signature slinky goddess gowns — all ruched, twisted and crystal embellished — they were there, too, jazzed up a perky notch in those cheerful two-tone dyes.

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