The skirts and long dresses made of taffeta by Max Mara are wide and enriched with ruches on the asymmetrical bottom; make a statement by combining them with simple t-shirts to counterbalance the pompous style. Ganni reinterprets the romantic style of balloon sleeves and large collars in more contemporary twist, using fabrics such as poplin, organic cotton denim and linen, and adding a few studs here and there. The organza dresses by Cecilie Bahnsen are ethereal, with crimp sleeves and transparencies seducing in an innocent way rather than being provocative. Zimmermann returns to the Renaissance by choosing endless rows of covered buttons for closing dresses enriched with openwork embroidery and baroque scallops. The tops and shirts by self-portrait are full of ruches and ruffles, which form a winning combo accompanied by high-waisted faux leather shorts, for a modern lady pirate look.