• Rossella Jardini Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

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    Rossella Jardini Milan Fashion Week FW18
    Rossella Jardini launches “Metamorphosis”, a special “No Season Collection” which starts from the recovery of the basic pieces that have made the history of the brand to create new value and give them a second life.
    Use, reuse, recycle: a virtuous transformation valuing the essence of iconic garments - from the field jacket to the caban coat and trenchcoat. Rossella Jardini transforms ever-green pieces into objects of desire, unique and inimitable, toning down formality with the irony that characterizes her signature style.
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  • Anteprima Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

    Anteprima Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

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    Anteprima Milan Fashion Week FW18
    Anteprima: Milan FW18
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  • Maneesha Ruia Fall 2018: New York Fashion Week

    Maneesha Ruia Fall 2018: New York Fashion Week

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    Maneesha Ruia NYFW FW18 by Kala Jerzy
    Maneesha Ruia is a boutique accessory for an ageless and diverse woman, pairing with her ever-evolving journey. The brand's elegance, gentleness, and sentiment reflect the ultimate quality. Its lace defines it.
    Maneesha Ruia: NYFW FW18
    Timeless at its core, each collection presents a new product in the original shaw line. The upcoming 2018 winter loungewear innovation include beautiful wool wraps and ponchos. The fabric choices include cashmere, merino, silk, leather, embellished with lace, feathers, hand embroidery and Swarovski crystals.
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  • David Koma Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

    David Koma Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

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    David Koma London Fashion Week FW18
    Bridging the gap between old and new, the David Koma Autumn/Winter 2018 collection maintained his traditional undertone of sportiness while looking to new beginnings.
    Koma ventured beyond familiar references in a stunning show set in a 300-year-old London church. The models paraded through the humble settings adorned with fringing. Elaborate beadwork and various representations of plumage accented the outfits. Koma incorporated his own Georgian and Russian cultural roots into his collection, as well as traditional Native American tribal dress as seen in...
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  • Xuly.Bet X Mimi Prober X Hogan McLaughlin Fall 2018: New York Fashion Week

    Xuly.Bet X Mimi Prober X Hogan McLaughlin Fall 2018: New York Fashion Week

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    Xuly.Bet X Mimi Prober X Hogan McLaughlin NYFW FW18
    The Ceremony: XULY.BET X MIMI PROBER X HOGAN MCLAUGHLIN show, which helped kick off the Fall 2018 collections for NYFW, showcased a variety of compelling looks to draw individuals in.
    The show started off by a series of odd chants echoing through the speakerswhich the audience soon learned was due to the “magic”theme of the show. Audience members did not know that they would be going to see a voodoo ritual when entering the doors that evening.
    Xuly.Bet X Mimi Prober X Hogan McLaughlin: NYFW FW18
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  • Emilio de la Morena Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

    Emilio de la Morena Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

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    Emilio de la Morena London Fashion Week FW18
    A major theme at London FASHION WEEK AW2018 was female empowerment, with many designers exploring gender and queer philosophy.
    Spanish designer Emilio de la Morena was no exception. His Autumn/Winter 2018 collection played on the omnipresent theme of gender roles seen in Barbara Streisand's 1983 musical, “Yentl”. The collection embodied the perfect contrast between femininity and masculinity. Bold, vibrant colours and sharp androgynous tailoring was mixed with the feminine allure of ruffled dresses, silk flounces and sultry organza.
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  • Luisa Beccaria Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

    Luisa Beccaria Fall 2018: Milan Fashion Week

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    Luisa Beccaria Milan Fashion Week FW18
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    Harmony: a composition of contrasts balancing different voices.
    An abstract floral motif plays together in a symphony with the houndstooth graphic. For F/W 2018/19 Luisa Beccaria pays tribute to the iconic style of Marianne Faithfull, the dreamlike world of Lewis Carroll, and Giovanni Boldini's painterly aesthetics.
    Dandy style male fabrics charm the Luisa Beccaria woman, turning hyper feminine. She plays with embroidered wools as well as organdie, silk twill, velvet, lurex, and brocade.
    Luisa Beccaria: Milan FW18
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  • Son Jung Wan Fall 2018: New York Fashion Week

    Son Jung Wan Fall 2018: New York Fashion Week

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    Son Jung Wan NYFW FW18
    With an inspiration of “'80s Extreme,” Son Jung Wan's Fall/Winter 2018 collection had a hype to live up to - and it did not disappoint.
    Capitalizing on “Maximalism”, a satire of the Minimalism trend some designers could do without, Son Jung Wan's runway was filled with plush furs and accentuated silhouettes. Muted yellows, blues, and pinks flooded the runway, as did a common theme of butterflies - from print to 3D stocking décor.
    Son Jung Wan: NYFW FW18
    A mix of real and fake fur embellished many of the looks, often in double dipped color, while checkered patterns...
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  • Interview with Sang Yoon Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

    Interview with Sang Yoon Fall 2018: London Fashion Week

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    Power dressing Evokes strength and glamour
    Walking into the underground cave on Adam Street, you hear a subtle mosquito-like high pitched buzz. Past the archway you notice a woman, on closer inspection it's not a woman but a mannequin...and she's not alone.
    In the dimly lit space an army of 1980's power-dressed bodies stand to attention with belts, buckles and shoulder pads.
    The colour palate is reserved, sticking to the monochrome colours to let the textures take centre stage, black sequins shimmer under the limited light, a large white fur jacket looms at the back and every waist is...
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