• Cividini Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

    9 monthes ago - By Fashion Week

    Cividini Milan Fashion Week FW18
    Cividini: Milan FW18
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  • Etro Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

    Etro Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

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    Etro Milan Fashion Week FW18
    For Autumn 2018 Etro takes a journey to the land of the endless horizon. For this collection, Veronica Etro found inspiration in the long shadows and dusty colourscapes of wide western landscapes wrapped up in the graphic sensibilities of European decorative arts.
    Bold patterns are inspired by the intricate art deco tapestries, the enameled jewelry boxes and the colour blocking of Italian postmodern architecture. This collection exists in a cosmic prairie dreamworld unlocked only by Etro's bohemian wonder.
    Etro: Milan FW18
    This collection relies largely on...
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  • Five Accessory Trends at London Fashion Week

    Five Accessory Trends at London Fashion Week

    9 monthes ago - By WWD

    British designers, from more established names such as Erdem and Christopher Kane to younger labels including Rejina Pyo and Shrimps, are becoming more focused on delivering accessories collections alongside their ready-to-wear offers.
    For fall, they showed an array of statement accessories that embraced decadence and heavy embellishment.
    Here, some of the most prominent trends that emerged on the London runways:
    HIGH SHINE: From Christopher Kane's crystal-embellished leather ankle boots to Mary Katrantzou's sequined ballet pumps, designers continued to embrace an escapist mood with...
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  • Rejina Pyo Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

    Rejina Pyo Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

    9 monthes ago - By Fashion Week

    Rejina Pyo London Fashion Week FW18
    When it comes to moving out of your own home, followed by the desire to discover a new world - a new journey, then there is not only courage, but also a certain style needed: A mix of the old with a twist of something new, exciting with a hint of risk.
    Rejina Pyo put this hunger into her new Fall / Winter collection and showcased in the Burlington Arcade, underlined by Can's song “I want more”. Nostalgic vintage pieces with a modern touch were presented by the Japanese but London-based designer, who has not been unnoticed in the fashion scene for a...
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