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Barocco reinvents baroque.

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Italian fashion brand Roccobarocco reinvented his landmark baroque design for the opulent 2013 spring/summer collection on Thursday (September 20). The designer replaced his traditional prints with oriental motifs made with an innovative lacquer technique that created a tactile effect on feminine dresses.The collection featured brocade and lame tunics, sometimes worn over denim mini-shorts to create a younger understated sense of luxury. Trousers were skinny and short at the ankle while some skirts were short with ruffles to expose legs. For the evening, air-thin lace tunics were worn over skinny silk trousers. Designer Rocco Barocco worked a bright colour palette of turquoise, coral red, greens and gold for a woman who loves to impress.

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