Among the predominantly black and white outfits we spot a lovely 3 piece in brown, beige and cream as well as some short playful dresses in yellow and green. We love the way Tony plays with volume in his long dresses, flowing beautifully down the catwalk. Some of the long dresses have large ruffles and come in white and ivory, giving them a feminine and almost boho feel while maintaining the clean look as they are cut high above the cleavage. The silhouettes of these dresses are super loose, creating a floaty layered look. Some of the other long dresses that come in black boast a subtle femme fatale look by using leather wrap belts cinching the waist and shiny materials that almost look like patent leather from a distance. While we simply love all of these powerful black numbers, some of the yellow, green and white dresses do feel a bit matronly to us. But of course, Tony designs for every woman and versatility is key to a label that positions itself between ready-to-wear and couture. The yellow ton-sur-ton suit and the black and white checkered maxi shirt dress were our favorites, the latter even sporting cape sleeves which truly made it a vision to see walking down the catwalk. Tony Cohen never disappoints!