SANDRA MANSOUR

Sandra Mansour channels her taste for the surreal and whimsical into coolly glamorous eveningwear that defies expectations—and is all the more special for it. On her signature ethereal fabrics—tulle, silk satin, and net among them—Spring’s acidic hues and degradé patterns reference Hieronymus Bosch’s “Garden of Earthly Delights.” Find them in sharply modern silhouettes and ‘80s-inflected minis, dressed up in the hand-embellishments she’s known for. This season’s crystals, pearls, and sequins take shape in motifs that nod to the earthly elements (fire, wind, water, and earth), or else along hems and seams.

The buys: the net asymmetric long dress and the fire-embroidered tulle maxi.

SANDRA MANSOUR

Sandra Mansour channels her taste for the surreal and whimsical into coolly glamorous eveningwear that defies expectations—and is all the more special for it. On her signature ethereal fabrics—tulle, silk satin, and net among them—Spring’s acidic hues and degradé patterns reference Hieronymus Bosch’s “Garden of Earthly Delights.” Find them in sharply modern silhouettes and ‘80s-inflected minis, dressed up in the hand-embellishments she’s known for. This season’s crystals, pearls, and sequins take shape in motifs that nod to the earthly elements (fire, wind, water, and earth), or else along hems and seams.

The buys: the net asymmetric long dress and the fire-embroidered tulle maxi.

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