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Murad turned hundreds of thousands of beads and sequins into geometric mosaics and prismatic waves across 40-plus looks. Solid-color dresses in vibrant jewel tones highlighted the architectural precision of Murad's beaded lines. Those organic shapes came as beadwork or as digitally printed chiffon.Victor Vasarely, a modern artist known for his work in optical illusions, inspired the patterns and color contrasts in Murad's collection.Though the models walking at Thursday's show certainly did not need it, Murad manipulated the geometry of his beadwork into slimming configurations.A perfect example of Murad's attention to form was a symmetrical dress where coin-sized tiles became larger with each degree from the waist to the foot.
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