Sometimes, pretty is enough. For Pre-Fall, Reem Acra made what could be construed as a lineup of basics. Or maybe, since this is eveningwear, they should be called standards. There was a black off-the-shoulder, full-skirted cocktail frock polished off with a thin belt, and a crepe de Chine column with bugle beading on the torso. There were also plenty of peekaboo lace dresses, which do well for the designer. A cobalt blue ball gown, a companion dress to the aforementioned black number, was princess-y without looking precious. There were no major innovations in this collection, nor did Acra go off on an inspired whim. She just made good-looking gowns. And the line was better for it.

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