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Back by popular demand and updated with nifty details for the season, cut an impressive figure with four of Bally’s finest concoctions.

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Back by popular demand and updated with nifty details for the season, cut an impressive figure with four of Bally’s finest concoctions.
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Pablo Coppola is the man behind Bally’s well-received prêt-à-porter and accessories collections; applying his magical touches to clothes, bags and shoes that are an on-point mix of luxurious materials with astute craftsmanship. For spring/summer 2016, the Argentinian designer aimed to fuse the worlds of minimalism and the nouvelle bourgeoisie. He reworked classics with a relaxed silhouette to suggest a nonchalant attitude—think, a loose-fit double-breasted suit or wide-legged trousers matched with a supple leather top. Leather, always a key material at Bally, takes on the forms of a fringe suede jacket, a sheath dress with circular cut-outs and a wild animal print coat—all prized finds that’ll stand the test of time. The accessories also embody the same ethos of versatility: Structured bags cut from precise patches of materials and exquisite shoes that subvert classic styles all add up to Coppola’s vision of a New Age woman at Bally.
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