Lisa Folawiyo's print filled collection is tres chic

Lisa Folawiyo makes effortless the new cool and print even more prettier than you thought. See her LFDW 2017 presentation for day 3

The pieces off the collection retained Lisa Folawiyo's elegance coming in more simple, effortless styles for summer.

Prints were mixed to perfection, lines were cut clean, intricated details and embellishments were used on the pieces and chic, sultry cutouts and overlays only added the 'oomph' to the aesthetically appealing pieces.

Slips, mixed print dresses, shirts, skirts, wraps were highlighted in the collection featuring trendy details as cutouts, tie details, monostraps, overlays and more. The pieces were more relaxed but definitely rang in summer vibes.

Lisa Folawiyo made effortless the new cool and print even more prettier than you thought. See the presentation in the gallery below.

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