Edward Mongzar’s hand-marbled dresses are the epitome of ethereal. Here’s how we’re styling the delicate designs for summer…

Molly Goddard’s now-infamous pink gown, donned by Jodie Comer’s character in Killing Eve, is largely to credit for the floaty frock revival. Once reserved for fancy occasions – think high school dances or ballet performances – frothy fabrics like tulle and organza are now frequently sighted on the global fashion pack.

While such voluminous designs have us all swooning, clouds of tulle can be far from practical. Which is why we love Edward Mongzar’s more wearable iterations, featuring dialled-back ruffle details. Edward works primarily with silk, with tasteful hints of pastel-hued tulle to emphasise the dreamy aesthetic. The swirling marble affect is done by hand, so that each whimsical pattern is unique to the garment.

And there’s no need to wait for a special event to slip into a Edward Mongzar dress. Keep scrolling for a look at how to wear the light and airy pieces this season.

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