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In a Spring '21 collection that used approximately two million Swarovski crystals, Olivier Rousteing pays homage to the brazen glamour of Pierre Balmain. The Paris-based designer revived Balmains’s 1970s-era monogram (on suiting, sequined tweed, and accessories) and unveiled a new tailoring silhouette: ultra-lean low-slung flares and exaggerated shoulders that feel at once retro and futuristic. The highlights? The blazers (a Balmain signature) and the crystal-swathed finale dresses—which the models (appropriately) wore sans shoes on the runway, unanimously raising the bar in barefoot glamour.

The buy: the sharp shouldered black suit, adorned with crystal lapels and leg-lengthening side stripes.

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In a Spring '21 collection that used approximately two million Swarovski crystals, Olivier Rousteing pays homage to the brazen glamour of Pierre Balmain. The Paris-based designer revived Balmains’s 1970s-era monogram (on suiting, sequined tweed, and accessories) and unveiled a new tailoring silhouette: ultra-lean low-slung flares and exaggerated shoulders that feel at once retro and futuristic. The highlights? The blazers (a Balmain signature) and the crystal-swathed finale dresses—which the models (appropriately) wore sans shoes on the runway, unanimously raising the bar in barefoot glamour.

The buy: the sharp shouldered black suit, adorned with crystal lapels and leg-lengthening side stripes.

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