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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 11 months ago

    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    AREA is a womenswear and accessories brand founded by designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Pansczczyk in downtown New York City in 2014. Owing its name to the iconic 80s Manhattan nightclub, it is a design studio that specializes in quality craftsmanship, textile…[Read more]

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    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear and accessories brand founded by designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Pansczczyk in downtown New York City in 2014. Owing its name to the iconic 80s Manhattan nightclub, it is a design studio that specializes in quality craftsmanship, textile development, and innovative embellishment. In 5 years, AREA has earned a cult following, especially among the young generations, thanks to its modern and timeless take on beauty and glamour. The exploration of perceptions on femininity and beauty is an ongoing reference for AREA, which gets its inspiration from the evolution and changes of these ideals, celebrating duality and togetherness. The designers present a multi-faceted style in their designs: witty, inherently glam, playfully decadent, and injected with pop energy. AREA first debuted in NYFW in 2016, with the ss17 collection, and it has grown beyond its downtown roots to become internationally known, not only for the creative and quality designs but also for its ethos of inclusiveness and irreverent glamour and for being a brand about the future of fashion. For their SS20 show at NYFW, Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk presented a collection that strongly emphasized on the craftsmanship and couture shapes of the past, with notes of Christian Dior and Cristóbal Balenciaga. Black culture of the American 80’s and 90’s was also an inspiration, which resulted in designs mixing retro and futuristic styles, but that all were about being the center of attention and the star anywhere you go. The first section of the show was led by the color gold and, especially in golden chains that adorned every look, and also some model’s faces and hair. Even some pieces were made only from gold chains creating flower shapes, like a top paired with a shiny golden skirt. The following section presented some office wear inspired looks that also brought a change in the color palette, with black, white, lavender, and blue paired with silver chains. The final looks included some peach-colored styles and two last designs made entirely from thin tubes - or big thick fringes - one peach pink, which included the collection’s signature gold chains, and the other total black. The collection included different styles that went from formal suits, skirt, and shirt combination to daring bodysuits, passing through different kinds of long and short dresses. The glamour was also intense. Some models wore actual metallic pieces adorning their eyes, mouth, ears, nose, or whole face. For the hair, some models wore a very high ponytail made from the same think fringes used for the show closing designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234hauturely_75341125_1300245843480427_8195810122128162816_o_1300245836813761-1hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439hauturely_72478542_1300245856813759_8976187928711528448_o_1300245850147093
    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear a
    hauturely posted an update
    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear and accessories brand founded by designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Pansczczyk in downtown New York City in 2014. Owing its name to the iconic 80s Manhattan nightclub, it is a design studio that specializes in quality craftsmanship, textile development, and innovative embellishment. In 5 years, AREA has earned a cult following, especially among the young generations, thanks to its modern and timeless take on beauty and glamour. The exploration of perceptions on femininity and beauty is an ongoing reference for AREA, which gets its inspiration from the evolution and changes of these ideals, celebrating duality and togetherness. The designers present a multi-faceted style in their designs: witty, inherently glam, playfully decadent, and injected with pop energy. AREA first debuted in NYFW in 2016, with the ss17 collection, and it has grown beyond its downtown roots to become internationally known, not only for the creative and quality designs but also for its ethos of inclusiveness and irreverent glamour and for being a brand about the future of fashion. For their SS20 show at NYFW, Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk presented a collection that strongly emphasized on the craftsmanship and couture shapes of the past, with notes of Christian Dior and Cristóbal Balenciaga. Black culture of the American 80’s and 90’s was also an inspiration, which resulted in designs mixing retro and futuristic styles, but that all were about being the center of attention and the star anywhere you go. The first section of the show was led by the color gold and, especially in golden chains that adorned every look, and also some model’s faces and hair. Even some pieces were made only from gold chains creating flower shapes, like a top paired with a shiny golden skirt. The following section presented some office wear inspired looks that also brought a change in the color palette, with black, white, lavender, and blue paired with silver chains. The final looks included some peach-colored styles and two last designs made entirely from thin tubes - or big thick fringes - one peach pink, which included the collection’s signature gold chains, and the other total black. The collection included different styles that went from formal suits, skirt, and shirt combination to daring bodysuits, passing through different kinds of long and short dresses. The glamour was also intense. Some models wore actual metallic pieces adorning their eyes, mouth, ears, nose, or whole face. For the hair, some models wore a very high ponytail made from the same think fringes used for the show closing designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234hauturely_75341125_1300245843480427_8195810122128162816_o_1300245836813761-1hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439hauturely_72478542_1300245856813759_8976187928711528448_o_1300245850147093
    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear a
    hauturely posted an update
    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear and accessories brand founded by designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Pansczczyk in downtown New York City in 2014. Owing its name to the iconic 80s Manhattan nightclub, it is a design studio that specializes in quality craftsmanship, textile development, and innovative embellishment. In 5 years, AREA has earned a cult following, especially among the young generations, thanks to its modern and timeless take on beauty and glamour. The exploration of perceptions on femininity and beauty is an ongoing reference for AREA, which gets its inspiration from the evolution and changes of these ideals, celebrating duality and togetherness. The designers present a multi-faceted style in their designs: witty, inherently glam, playfully decadent, and injected with pop energy. AREA first debuted in NYFW in 2016, with the ss17 collection, and it has grown beyond its downtown roots to become internationally known, not only for the creative and quality designs but also for its ethos of inclusiveness and irreverent glamour and for being a brand about the future of fashion. For their SS20 show at NYFW, Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk presented a collection that strongly emphasized on the craftsmanship and couture shapes of the past, with notes of Christian Dior and Cristóbal Balenciaga. Black culture of the American 80’s and 90’s was also an inspiration, which resulted in designs mixing retro and futuristic styles, but that all were about being the center of attention and the star anywhere you go. The first section of the show was led by the color gold and, especially in golden chains that adorned every look, and also some model’s faces and hair. Even some pieces were made only from gold chains creating flower shapes, like a top paired with a shiny golden skirt. The following section presented some office wear inspired looks that also brought a change in the color palette, with black, white, lavender, and blue paired with silver chains. The final looks included some peach-colored styles and two last designs made entirely from thin tubes - or big thick fringes - one peach pink, which included the collection’s signature gold chains, and the other total black. The collection included different styles that went from formal suits, skirt, and shirt combination to daring bodysuits, passing through different kinds of long and short dresses. The glamour was also intense. Some models wore actual metallic pieces adorning their eyes, mouth, ears, nose, or whole face. For the hair, some models wore a very high ponytail made from the same think fringes used for the show closing designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234hauturely_75341125_1300245843480427_8195810122128162816_o_1300245836813761-1hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439hauturely_72478542_1300245856813759_8976187928711528448_o_1300245850147093
    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear a
    hauturely posted an update
    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear and accessories brand founded by designers Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Pansczczyk in downtown New York City in 2014. Owing its name to the iconic 80s Manhattan nightclub, it is a design studio that specializes in quality craftsmanship, textile development, and innovative embellishment. In 5 years, AREA has earned a cult following, especially among the young generations, thanks to its modern and timeless take on beauty and glamour. The exploration of perceptions on femininity and beauty is an ongoing reference for AREA, which gets its inspiration from the evolution and changes of these ideals, celebrating duality and togetherness. The designers present a multi-faceted style in their designs: witty, inherently glam, playfully decadent, and injected with pop energy. AREA first debuted in NYFW in 2016, with the ss17 collection, and it has grown beyond its downtown roots to become internationally known, not only for the creative and quality designs but also for its ethos of inclusiveness and irreverent glamour and for being a brand about the future of fashion. For their SS20 show at NYFW, Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk presented a collection that strongly emphasized on the craftsmanship and couture shapes of the past, with notes of Christian Dior and Cristóbal Balenciaga. Black culture of the American 80’s and 90’s was also an inspiration, which resulted in designs mixing retro and futuristic styles, but that all were about being the center of attention and the star anywhere you go. The first section of the show was led by the color gold and, especially in golden chains that adorned every look, and also some model’s faces and hair. Even some pieces were made only from gold chains creating flower shapes, like a top paired with a shiny golden skirt. The following section presented some office wear inspired looks that also brought a change in the color palette, with black, white, lavender, and blue paired with silver chains. The final looks included some peach-colored styles and two last designs made entirely from thin tubes - or big thick fringes - one peach pink, which included the collection’s signature gold chains, and the other total black. The collection included different styles that went from formal suits, skirt, and shirt combination to daring bodysuits, passing through different kinds of long and short dresses. The glamour was also intense. Some models wore actual metallic pieces adorning their eyes, mouth, ears, nose, or whole face. For the hair, some models wore a very high ponytail made from the same think fringes used for the show closing designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Area Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #area #areaarticle #areass20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle hauturely_74473752_1300244443480567_8171912309912895488_o_1300244440147234hauturely_75341125_1300245843480427_8195810122128162816_o_1300245836813761-1hauturely_76259971_1300245730147105_2615973445082546176_o_1300245723480439hauturely_72478542_1300245856813759_8976187928711528448_o_1300245850147093
    The Future of Fashion at Area Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week AREA is a womenswear a
  • hauturely posted 5 photos 2 years ago

    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019

    In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, Lithuanian designer Agne Kuzmickaite presented her new collection, ‘Self Realization,’ at this year’s London Fashion Week. Though arguably the most popular designer in Lithuania, this was her first time presenting during London’s Fashion Week th…[Read more]

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    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, Lithuanian designer Agne Kuzmickaite presented her new collection, ‘Self Realization,’ at this year’s London Fashion Week. Though arguably the most popular designer in Lithuania, this was her first time presenting during London’s Fashion Week throughout her career. Kuzmickaite is often inspired by everyday objects, that which we see so frequently we become desensitized to it, and of feminine roles within society-which potentially become these desensitized objects themselves-and integrates them artistically into each look. This technique lent itself to giving each look in the collection a distinctive edge. The symbolism of everyday objects and her signature butterfly motif shone throughout the collection, her focus on femininity and pop cultural events in an ever-changing society means that Kuzmickaite’s style and aesthetic can morph and change every season. Kuzmickaite’s use of the butterfly motif changed in both shape and color from 2 seasons ago, where the butterflies were bright and multicolored and sometimes three-dimensional, like applique. In her new collection, however, many looks were in monochromatic white, with identical, small, simple, all-over butterfly patterning; t-shirts, skirts, knee-high boots, trenches, bucket hats, and one fabulous black dress with myriad cutouts and three-dimensional butterflies that really made it pop. Combined with an arrangement of neon, bold letters, and strong lines against a backdrop of multiple butterflies, the designer, inspired by human self-realization contributing to personal fulfillment, had reimagined older designs from her previous collections. In an adaptation from her SS17 collection, Kuzmickaite once again showcased a floor length skirt, made up entirely of layers of mesh. The designer reimagined the piece creating a twist on her previous floor length garment, swapping out the multicolor pastel arrangement for a softer mix of pinks and peaches, adding further detail to the skirt with a cut front allowing for the wearer\'s legs to be revealed. Aside from the many interesting and dynamic looks with the butterfly motif, Kuzmickaite also used neon yellow, pinks, and a splash of blue, giving the presentation a distinct 90’s vibe; many of the neon, thigh-high boots donned thick black lettering that read “SELF REALIZATION.” Many of the looks were polished with a simplistic, white clip belt, a style that grounded the collection, making it surprisingly wearable. Written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #agnekuzmickaite #agnekuzmickaitearticle #agnekuzmickaitess19 #lornatyler #ss19 #lfwss19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle Agneagne1Agne2Agne3Agne4
    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, L
    hauturely posted an update
    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, Lithuanian designer Agne Kuzmickaite presented her new collection, ‘Self Realization,’ at this year’s London Fashion Week. Though arguably the most popular designer in Lithuania, this was her first time presenting during London’s Fashion Week throughout her career. Kuzmickaite is often inspired by everyday objects, that which we see so frequently we become desensitized to it, and of feminine roles within society-which potentially become these desensitized objects themselves-and integrates them artistically into each look. This technique lent itself to giving each look in the collection a distinctive edge. The symbolism of everyday objects and her signature butterfly motif shone throughout the collection, her focus on femininity and pop cultural events in an ever-changing society means that Kuzmickaite’s style and aesthetic can morph and change every season. Kuzmickaite’s use of the butterfly motif changed in both shape and color from 2 seasons ago, where the butterflies were bright and multicolored and sometimes three-dimensional, like applique. In her new collection, however, many looks were in monochromatic white, with identical, small, simple, all-over butterfly patterning; t-shirts, skirts, knee-high boots, trenches, bucket hats, and one fabulous black dress with myriad cutouts and three-dimensional butterflies that really made it pop. Combined with an arrangement of neon, bold letters, and strong lines against a backdrop of multiple butterflies, the designer, inspired by human self-realization contributing to personal fulfillment, had reimagined older designs from her previous collections. In an adaptation from her SS17 collection, Kuzmickaite once again showcased a floor length skirt, made up entirely of layers of mesh. The designer reimagined the piece creating a twist on her previous floor length garment, swapping out the multicolor pastel arrangement for a softer mix of pinks and peaches, adding further detail to the skirt with a cut front allowing for the wearer\'s legs to be revealed. Aside from the many interesting and dynamic looks with the butterfly motif, Kuzmickaite also used neon yellow, pinks, and a splash of blue, giving the presentation a distinct 90’s vibe; many of the neon, thigh-high boots donned thick black lettering that read “SELF REALIZATION.” Many of the looks were polished with a simplistic, white clip belt, a style that grounded the collection, making it surprisingly wearable. Written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #agnekuzmickaite #agnekuzmickaitearticle #agnekuzmickaitess19 #lornatyler #ss19 #lfwss19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle Agneagne1Agne2Agne3Agne4
    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, L
    hauturely posted an update
    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, Lithuanian designer Agne Kuzmickaite presented her new collection, ‘Self Realization,’ at this year’s London Fashion Week. Though arguably the most popular designer in Lithuania, this was her first time presenting during London’s Fashion Week throughout her career. Kuzmickaite is often inspired by everyday objects, that which we see so frequently we become desensitized to it, and of feminine roles within society-which potentially become these desensitized objects themselves-and integrates them artistically into each look. This technique lent itself to giving each look in the collection a distinctive edge. The symbolism of everyday objects and her signature butterfly motif shone throughout the collection, her focus on femininity and pop cultural events in an ever-changing society means that Kuzmickaite’s style and aesthetic can morph and change every season. Kuzmickaite’s use of the butterfly motif changed in both shape and color from 2 seasons ago, where the butterflies were bright and multicolored and sometimes three-dimensional, like applique. In her new collection, however, many looks were in monochromatic white, with identical, small, simple, all-over butterfly patterning; t-shirts, skirts, knee-high boots, trenches, bucket hats, and one fabulous black dress with myriad cutouts and three-dimensional butterflies that really made it pop. Combined with an arrangement of neon, bold letters, and strong lines against a backdrop of multiple butterflies, the designer, inspired by human self-realization contributing to personal fulfillment, had reimagined older designs from her previous collections. In an adaptation from her SS17 collection, Kuzmickaite once again showcased a floor length skirt, made up entirely of layers of mesh. The designer reimagined the piece creating a twist on her previous floor length garment, swapping out the multicolor pastel arrangement for a softer mix of pinks and peaches, adding further detail to the skirt with a cut front allowing for the wearer\'s legs to be revealed. Aside from the many interesting and dynamic looks with the butterfly motif, Kuzmickaite also used neon yellow, pinks, and a splash of blue, giving the presentation a distinct 90’s vibe; many of the neon, thigh-high boots donned thick black lettering that read “SELF REALIZATION.” Many of the looks were polished with a simplistic, white clip belt, a style that grounded the collection, making it surprisingly wearable. Written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #agnekuzmickaite #agnekuzmickaitearticle #agnekuzmickaitess19 #lornatyler #ss19 #lfwss19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle Agneagne1Agne2Agne3Agne4
    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, L
    hauturely posted an update
    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, Lithuanian designer Agne Kuzmickaite presented her new collection, ‘Self Realization,’ at this year’s London Fashion Week. Though arguably the most popular designer in Lithuania, this was her first time presenting during London’s Fashion Week throughout her career. Kuzmickaite is often inspired by everyday objects, that which we see so frequently we become desensitized to it, and of feminine roles within society-which potentially become these desensitized objects themselves-and integrates them artistically into each look. This technique lent itself to giving each look in the collection a distinctive edge. The symbolism of everyday objects and her signature butterfly motif shone throughout the collection, her focus on femininity and pop cultural events in an ever-changing society means that Kuzmickaite’s style and aesthetic can morph and change every season. Kuzmickaite’s use of the butterfly motif changed in both shape and color from 2 seasons ago, where the butterflies were bright and multicolored and sometimes three-dimensional, like applique. In her new collection, however, many looks were in monochromatic white, with identical, small, simple, all-over butterfly patterning; t-shirts, skirts, knee-high boots, trenches, bucket hats, and one fabulous black dress with myriad cutouts and three-dimensional butterflies that really made it pop. Combined with an arrangement of neon, bold letters, and strong lines against a backdrop of multiple butterflies, the designer, inspired by human self-realization contributing to personal fulfillment, had reimagined older designs from her previous collections. In an adaptation from her SS17 collection, Kuzmickaite once again showcased a floor length skirt, made up entirely of layers of mesh. The designer reimagined the piece creating a twist on her previous floor length garment, swapping out the multicolor pastel arrangement for a softer mix of pinks and peaches, adding further detail to the skirt with a cut front allowing for the wearer\'s legs to be revealed. Aside from the many interesting and dynamic looks with the butterfly motif, Kuzmickaite also used neon yellow, pinks, and a splash of blue, giving the presentation a distinct 90’s vibe; many of the neon, thigh-high boots donned thick black lettering that read “SELF REALIZATION.” Many of the looks were polished with a simplistic, white clip belt, a style that grounded the collection, making it surprisingly wearable. Written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #agnekuzmickaite #agnekuzmickaitearticle #agnekuzmickaitess19 #lornatyler #ss19 #lfwss19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle Agneagne1Agne2Agne3Agne4
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    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, L
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    Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 In a fascinating display of femininity and self-actualization, Lithuanian designer Agne Kuzmickaite presented her new collection, ‘Self Realization,’ at this year’s London Fashion Week. Though arguably the most popular designer in Lithuania, this was her first time presenting during London’s Fashion Week throughout her career. Kuzmickaite is often inspired by everyday objects, that which we see so frequently we become desensitized to it, and of feminine roles within society-which potentially become these desensitized objects themselves-and integrates them artistically into each look. This technique lent itself to giving each look in the collection a distinctive edge. The symbolism of everyday objects and her signature butterfly motif shone throughout the collection, her focus on femininity and pop cultural events in an ever-changing society means that Kuzmickaite’s style and aesthetic can morph and change every season. Kuzmickaite’s use of the butterfly motif changed in both shape and color from 2 seasons ago, where the butterflies were bright and multicolored and sometimes three-dimensional, like applique. In her new collection, however, many looks were in monochromatic white, with identical, small, simple, all-over butterfly patterning; t-shirts, skirts, knee-high boots, trenches, bucket hats, and one fabulous black dress with myriad cutouts and three-dimensional butterflies that really made it pop. Combined with an arrangement of neon, bold letters, and strong lines against a backdrop of multiple butterflies, the designer, inspired by human self-realization contributing to personal fulfillment, had reimagined older designs from her previous collections. In an adaptation from her SS17 collection, Kuzmickaite once again showcased a floor length skirt, made up entirely of layers of mesh. The designer reimagined the piece creating a twist on her previous floor length garment, swapping out the multicolor pastel arrangement for a softer mix of pinks and peaches, adding further detail to the skirt with a cut front allowing for the wearer\'s legs to be revealed. Aside from the many interesting and dynamic looks with the butterfly motif, Kuzmickaite also used neon yellow, pinks, and a splash of blue, giving the presentation a distinct 90’s vibe; many of the neon, thigh-high boots donned thick black lettering that read “SELF REALIZATION.” Many of the looks were polished with a simplistic, white clip belt, a style that grounded the collection, making it surprisingly wearable. Written by Lorna Tyler Click HERE to view the full Agne Kuzmickaite Spring/Summer 2019 collection. #article #agnekuzmickaite #agnekuzmickaitearticle #agnekuzmickaitess19 #lornatyler #ss19 #lfwss19 #lfwarticle #dyelog #dyelogarticle Agneagne1Agne2Agne3Agne4
  • franciscospratley    stylepop 2 years, 5 months ago

    @stylepop

    Gigi Hadid and Adriana Lima backstage at the Versace during Milan Fashion Week Spring 2017 #mfw#gigihadid#backstage#versace#rtw#versacebackstage#ss17#adrianalima

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    Gigi Hadid and Adriana Lima backstage at the Versace during Milan Fashion Week Spring 2017 #mfw#gigihadid#backstage#versace#rtw#versacebackstage#ss17#adrianalima
    Gigi Hadid and Adriana Lima backstage at the Versace during Milan Fashion Week Spring 2017 #mfw#gigi
  • stylepop    tfortomford 2 years, 5 months ago

    @ikleida

    Emilio Pucci Spring 2017
    #emiliopucci#ss17#mfwss17#detailsss17

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    Emilio Pucci Spring 2017 #emiliopucci#ss17#mfwss17#detailsss17
    Emilio Pucci Spring 2017 #emiliopucci#ss17#mfwss17#detailsss17
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  • austinrasmussen    lucymckenzie 2 years, 10 months ago

    @lucymckenzie

    Céline ss17
    #celine#celiness17

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    Céline ss17 #celine#celiness17
    Céline ss17 #celine#celiness17
  • lucymckenzie    lucymckenzie 2 years, 10 months ago

    @lucymckenzie

    Céline ss17
    #celine#celiness17

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    Céline ss17 #celine#celiness17
    Céline ss17 #celine#celiness17
  • austinrasmussen posted a photo 2 years, 11 months ago

    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0053

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    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0053
    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0053
  • austinrasmussen posted a photo 2 years, 11 months ago

    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0028

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    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0028
    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0028
  • austinrasmussen posted a photo 2 years, 11 months ago

    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0023

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    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0023
    Gucci SS17 (#Gucci #SS17 #RTW) _ARC0023
  • stylepop    legallyblonde 2 years, 11 months ago

    @legallyblonde

    Brock Collection Spring 2017 #brock#ss17#runway#brockss17

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    Brock Collection Spring 2017 #brock#ss17#runway#brockss17
    Brock Collection Spring 2017 #brock#ss17#runway#brockss17
  • stylepop    ikleida 2 years, 11 months ago

    @ikleida

    Barbara Bui Spring 2017
    #barbarabui#SS17#pfwss17#detailsss17

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    Barbara Bui Spring 2017 #barbarabui#SS17#pfwss17#detailsss17
    Barbara Bui Spring 2017 #barbarabui#SS17#pfwss17#detailsss17
  • stylepop    stylepop 2 years, 11 months ago

    @stylepop

    Carven Spring 2017 #ss17#carven#runway#carvenss17

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    Carven Spring 2017 #ss17#carven#runway#carvenss17
  • stylepop    ikleida 2 years, 11 months ago

    @ikleida

    Tibi Spring 2017
    #tibi#ss17#nyfwss17#detailsss17

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    Tibi Spring 2017 #tibi#ss17#nyfwss17#detailsss17
  • stylepop    ikleida 2 years, 11 months ago

    @ikleida

    Esteban Cortazar Spring 2017
    #estebancortazar#ss17#pfwss17#detailsss17

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    Esteban Cortazar Spring 2017 #estebancortazar#ss17#pfwss17#detailsss17
    Esteban Cortazar Spring 2017 #estebancortazar#ss17#pfwss17#detailsss17
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    Esteban Cortazar Spring 2017 #estebancortazar#ss17#pfwss17#detailsss17
    Esteban Cortazar Spring 2017 #estebancortazar#ss17#pfwss17#detailsss17
  • stylepop    ikleida 2 years, 11 months ago

    @ikleida

    Ellery Spring 2017
    #ellery#SS17#pfwss17#backstagess17

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    @ikleida

    Christian Wijnants Spring 2017
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  • stylepop    ikleida 2 years, 11 months ago

    @ikleida

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  • stylepop    ikleida 2 years, 11 months ago

    @ikleida

    Missoni Spring 2017
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