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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW
    Daniele Calcaterra, born in Milan in 1973, studied fashion at the Institute of Fashion and Design in Milan. After working in several important Italian clothing manufacturers, designing both menswear and womenswear, he opened his design studio in 2006. He started…[Read more]

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    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, born in Milan in 1973, studied fashion at the Institute of Fashion and Design in Milan. After working in several important Italian clothing manufacturers, designing both menswear and womenswear, he opened his design studio in 2006. He started collaborating with some renowned Italian brands as their head designer, such as Piazza Sempione. In 2014, Daniele launched his brand, Calcaterra, including both menswear and womenswear lines. Calcaterra quickly became popular in foreign markets that were interested in young Italian designers. All the Milanese designer collections stand out for their innovative silhouettes, the use of exclusive materials, and their sophisticated mood and contemporary design. The designer insists on working with top Italian garment producers to ensure manufacturing excellence \"made in Italy.\" For his SS20 collection, presented during Milan Fashion Week last September, Daniele Calcaterra wanted to transmit purity and intimacy through his designs, very inspired by traditional Japanese costumes. Volume, asymmetric shapes, and sleek lines were the center of every look, composed of wide and fluid clothes that created effortlessly stylish and relaxed elegant outfits. They used materials such as silk and satin while mixing different textures. Boxy jackets, voluminous skirts, high waisted wide-leg pants, and fluid dresses were the highlighted pieces of the collection, which were adorned by elements like big belts and maxi bows on the shoulders. One colored looks and solid tones formed the color palette. Staring with different white shades, it then changed entirely to black, went to various hues of beige and light brown, and finished with head-to-toe red designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #calcaterra #calcaterraarticle #calcaterrass20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #studiotm #studiotmarticle hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-2hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-16hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-25hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-28
    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, bo
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    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, born in Milan in 1973, studied fashion at the Institute of Fashion and Design in Milan. After working in several important Italian clothing manufacturers, designing both menswear and womenswear, he opened his design studio in 2006. He started collaborating with some renowned Italian brands as their head designer, such as Piazza Sempione. In 2014, Daniele launched his brand, Calcaterra, including both menswear and womenswear lines. Calcaterra quickly became popular in foreign markets that were interested in young Italian designers. All the Milanese designer collections stand out for their innovative silhouettes, the use of exclusive materials, and their sophisticated mood and contemporary design. The designer insists on working with top Italian garment producers to ensure manufacturing excellence \"made in Italy.\" For his SS20 collection, presented during Milan Fashion Week last September, Daniele Calcaterra wanted to transmit purity and intimacy through his designs, very inspired by traditional Japanese costumes. Volume, asymmetric shapes, and sleek lines were the center of every look, composed of wide and fluid clothes that created effortlessly stylish and relaxed elegant outfits. They used materials such as silk and satin while mixing different textures. Boxy jackets, voluminous skirts, high waisted wide-leg pants, and fluid dresses were the highlighted pieces of the collection, which were adorned by elements like big belts and maxi bows on the shoulders. One colored looks and solid tones formed the color palette. Staring with different white shades, it then changed entirely to black, went to various hues of beige and light brown, and finished with head-to-toe red designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #calcaterra #calcaterraarticle #calcaterrass20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #studiotm #studiotmarticle hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-2hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-16hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-25hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-28
    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, bo
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    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, born in Milan in 1973, studied fashion at the Institute of Fashion and Design in Milan. After working in several important Italian clothing manufacturers, designing both menswear and womenswear, he opened his design studio in 2006. He started collaborating with some renowned Italian brands as their head designer, such as Piazza Sempione. In 2014, Daniele launched his brand, Calcaterra, including both menswear and womenswear lines. Calcaterra quickly became popular in foreign markets that were interested in young Italian designers. All the Milanese designer collections stand out for their innovative silhouettes, the use of exclusive materials, and their sophisticated mood and contemporary design. The designer insists on working with top Italian garment producers to ensure manufacturing excellence \"made in Italy.\" For his SS20 collection, presented during Milan Fashion Week last September, Daniele Calcaterra wanted to transmit purity and intimacy through his designs, very inspired by traditional Japanese costumes. Volume, asymmetric shapes, and sleek lines were the center of every look, composed of wide and fluid clothes that created effortlessly stylish and relaxed elegant outfits. They used materials such as silk and satin while mixing different textures. Boxy jackets, voluminous skirts, high waisted wide-leg pants, and fluid dresses were the highlighted pieces of the collection, which were adorned by elements like big belts and maxi bows on the shoulders. One colored looks and solid tones formed the color palette. Staring with different white shades, it then changed entirely to black, went to various hues of beige and light brown, and finished with head-to-toe red designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #calcaterra #calcaterraarticle #calcaterrass20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #studiotm #studiotmarticle hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-2hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-16hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-25hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-28
    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, bo
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    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, born in Milan in 1973, studied fashion at the Institute of Fashion and Design in Milan. After working in several important Italian clothing manufacturers, designing both menswear and womenswear, he opened his design studio in 2006. He started collaborating with some renowned Italian brands as their head designer, such as Piazza Sempione. In 2014, Daniele launched his brand, Calcaterra, including both menswear and womenswear lines. Calcaterra quickly became popular in foreign markets that were interested in young Italian designers. All the Milanese designer collections stand out for their innovative silhouettes, the use of exclusive materials, and their sophisticated mood and contemporary design. The designer insists on working with top Italian garment producers to ensure manufacturing excellence \"made in Italy.\" For his SS20 collection, presented during Milan Fashion Week last September, Daniele Calcaterra wanted to transmit purity and intimacy through his designs, very inspired by traditional Japanese costumes. Volume, asymmetric shapes, and sleek lines were the center of every look, composed of wide and fluid clothes that created effortlessly stylish and relaxed elegant outfits. They used materials such as silk and satin while mixing different textures. Boxy jackets, voluminous skirts, high waisted wide-leg pants, and fluid dresses were the highlighted pieces of the collection, which were adorned by elements like big belts and maxi bows on the shoulders. One colored looks and solid tones formed the color palette. Staring with different white shades, it then changed entirely to black, went to various hues of beige and light brown, and finished with head-to-toe red designs. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #calcaterra #calcaterraarticle #calcaterrass20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #studiotm #studiotmarticle hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-2hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-16hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-25hauturely_calcaterra-ss20-28
    Calcaterra Spring Summer 2020 Collection Transmits Purity And Intimacy at MFW Daniele Calcaterra, bo
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life”
    French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall.

    The collection was titled “An Ode To Life” with reference to “Viva la Vida,” the last artwork of…[Read more]

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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 5 months ago

    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020
    Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School. 

    A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A…[Read more]

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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 2 weeks ago

    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their…[Read more]

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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence & Chico, Vancouver-based womenswear and accessories brand established in 2015 by illustrator and muse Laurence Li and Creative Director Chico Want, just presented their Ready To Wear Spring and Summer 2020 collection during New York Fashion Week. Their inspiration came from the city of New York and the television series Sex and the City. Drawn from each of the show’s four characters, they created different looks for this collection. For example, inspired by Samantha, they used leopard prints. Their show opened with a model walking the runway while carrying three Laurence & Chico bags and wearing a printed cotton and tweed coat, accessorized by a colossal pearl necklace, a classic brown belt, and pumps in the same print as the dress. The collection mostly consisted of several embroidered woven denim pieces, embroidered checkered dresses and coats, various tulle headpieces, and dresses. Specifically, for the spring and summer, they used lighter fabrics. One of our favorite outfits was the “I Love Myself More” printed t-shirt in combination with a black tulle skirt. The most eye-catching look has to be the fiery red and black tulle headpiece and dress combination. The layers and layers of tulle on the dress, together with the pile of tulle on the head of the model, reached an I-have-never-seen-this-before effect. The accessories were extravagant. Huge hats along with logo printed baseball caps, long dangling earrings and chain chokers added to the playfulness of the collection. Typical for Laurence & Chico were the over the top hairpieces and wigs. The make-up was all about lashes and drama too. Present at the show amongst others was Avril Graham, executive fashion & beauty editor for Harper’s Bazaar. She commented on the show, saying that \"it doesn’t really get any more over the top than Laurence & Chico.\" Veronica Vega talked about how the show was all about crazy textures, patterns, and being bold. Actress and producer Yandy Smith even confirmed that she wears Laurence & Chico all the time. written by Elena Van Meirvenne Click HERE to view the full Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #laurencechico #laurencechicoarticle #laurencechicoss20 #elenavanmeirvenne #nyfw #nyfwarticle #agentrypr #agentryprarticle SS20_LaurenceAndChico_03-1340163952SS20_LaurenceAndChico_04-1340163979SS20_LaurenceAndChico_18-1340164168SS20_LaurenceAndChico_32-1340164347
    Full-On Glam at Laurence & Chico Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Laurence &
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’…[Read more]

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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Au
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    90’s Sophistication at Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin Australian designer Lena Hoschek evokes strong feelings of 90’s nostalgia with her Spring Summer 2020 collection, featuring dark florals, knee-high boots, and chokers. With minimal detailing and mid-century form, she introduces the 1990’s to the 1950’s by way of fusing the vintage with the classic. A deep, berry-toned floral pattern over a black background is cut into a classic knee-length A-line skirt, evoking both the simplicity of the ’90s and the familiarity of the ’50s. Hoschek derives inspiration for her silhouettes from Christian Dior’s famed “New Look,” with double-breasted dresses cinched in by a belt at the waist. Hoschek evokes the sense of immaculate attention to detail by the 1950’s housewife, while contrasting it in minute ways. One model in a knee-length skirt walked the runway with mismatched high heels: one black, one cream, perhaps to challenge the way we view women’s fashion of the past. Rather than using bright and flowery prints, Hoschek’s models don black and gold garments, illustrations of hands suggesting palm-readings and spirituality, and countless numbers fixed with black corsets in unexpected places. These details, paired with sultry, dark makeup, put a spin on the cultural understanding of feminine dress throughout the years. written by Emma Kolakowski Click HERE to view the full Lena Hoschek Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #lenahoschek #lenahoschekarticle #lenahoschekfw19 #emmakolakowski #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle hauturely_image00100-1hauturely_image00113hauturely_image00054-1hauturely_image00056-1
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master’s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women’s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week.

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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    At Milano Fashion Week, ANTEPRIMA presented a collection significantly titled “Cuentos de Havana.” The fashion collection was accompanied by a poem celebrating the joy de vivre, the rhythms and the hues of Cuba´s capital, and its embodiment in the outfits showcased on the…[Read more]

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    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANTEPRIMA presented a collection significantly titled “Cuentos de Havana.” The fashion collection was accompanied by a poem celebrating the joy de vivre, the rhythms and the hues of Cuba´s capital, and its embodiment in the outfits showcased on the catwalk. The fashion show was opened by soul singer Cony Yendry who entered the total darkness of the venue and delivered an intense live solo-performance, while the projection of a sandy beach was shown on a screen in the background for the audience, which was full of Italian and international celebrities and influencers. Once the Cuban summery mood was on, it never stopped. An immediate feeling of lightness was conveyed thanks to the use of natural and light materials. Natural and pink raffia were featured in whole garments, fringes, and accessories together with linen, cotton, and light knitted fabrics. The silhouettes were floaty, with plenty of asymmetric mullet skirts, flared ones, and shorts matched with bikini tops and plunging blouses or elegant Guayaberas. There were also ruched floaty dresses, perfect long fitted openwork knitted dresses in black or natural beige tones. An asymmetric dress made of patched multicolored stripes in warm hues that summed up the spirit of the collection with passionate quotes out of the accompanying poem like “Nobody you love is ever truly lost.” The palette included beige, black, white, brick red, green, and vibrant blue. The accessories played an important role in the mood of the collection. The outfits were completed by very high waist belts, peaks hats, and Basque hats in raffia and by a variety of trendy bags. Cute mini bags whose flat and square shapes contrasted with the raffia fringes, unusual bucket bags resembling a vertical bow and, of course, the signature handknitted wired bags, made of ANTEPRIMA´s exclusive light but resistant wire, in colored mini versions and in a special multicolored version in light blue hues were a favorite of ours. Japanese Creative Director Izumi Ogino has long been fusing traditional Italian craftsmanship with her own Japanese heritage and other traditions. She celebrated a Havana inspired cultural mix, creating a feminine and joyful collection with a feeling of freedom and natural lightness. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anteprima #anteprimaarticle #anteprimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-4hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-34-2hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-40-1hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-44-1
    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANT
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    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANTEPRIMA presented a collection significantly titled “Cuentos de Havana.” The fashion collection was accompanied by a poem celebrating the joy de vivre, the rhythms and the hues of Cuba´s capital, and its embodiment in the outfits showcased on the catwalk. The fashion show was opened by soul singer Cony Yendry who entered the total darkness of the venue and delivered an intense live solo-performance, while the projection of a sandy beach was shown on a screen in the background for the audience, which was full of Italian and international celebrities and influencers. Once the Cuban summery mood was on, it never stopped. An immediate feeling of lightness was conveyed thanks to the use of natural and light materials. Natural and pink raffia were featured in whole garments, fringes, and accessories together with linen, cotton, and light knitted fabrics. The silhouettes were floaty, with plenty of asymmetric mullet skirts, flared ones, and shorts matched with bikini tops and plunging blouses or elegant Guayaberas. There were also ruched floaty dresses, perfect long fitted openwork knitted dresses in black or natural beige tones. An asymmetric dress made of patched multicolored stripes in warm hues that summed up the spirit of the collection with passionate quotes out of the accompanying poem like “Nobody you love is ever truly lost.” The palette included beige, black, white, brick red, green, and vibrant blue. The accessories played an important role in the mood of the collection. The outfits were completed by very high waist belts, peaks hats, and Basque hats in raffia and by a variety of trendy bags. Cute mini bags whose flat and square shapes contrasted with the raffia fringes, unusual bucket bags resembling a vertical bow and, of course, the signature handknitted wired bags, made of ANTEPRIMA´s exclusive light but resistant wire, in colored mini versions and in a special multicolored version in light blue hues were a favorite of ours. Japanese Creative Director Izumi Ogino has long been fusing traditional Italian craftsmanship with her own Japanese heritage and other traditions. She celebrated a Havana inspired cultural mix, creating a feminine and joyful collection with a feeling of freedom and natural lightness. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anteprima #anteprimaarticle #anteprimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-4hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-34-2hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-40-1hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-44-1
    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANT
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    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANTEPRIMA presented a collection significantly titled “Cuentos de Havana.” The fashion collection was accompanied by a poem celebrating the joy de vivre, the rhythms and the hues of Cuba´s capital, and its embodiment in the outfits showcased on the catwalk. The fashion show was opened by soul singer Cony Yendry who entered the total darkness of the venue and delivered an intense live solo-performance, while the projection of a sandy beach was shown on a screen in the background for the audience, which was full of Italian and international celebrities and influencers. Once the Cuban summery mood was on, it never stopped. An immediate feeling of lightness was conveyed thanks to the use of natural and light materials. Natural and pink raffia were featured in whole garments, fringes, and accessories together with linen, cotton, and light knitted fabrics. The silhouettes were floaty, with plenty of asymmetric mullet skirts, flared ones, and shorts matched with bikini tops and plunging blouses or elegant Guayaberas. There were also ruched floaty dresses, perfect long fitted openwork knitted dresses in black or natural beige tones. An asymmetric dress made of patched multicolored stripes in warm hues that summed up the spirit of the collection with passionate quotes out of the accompanying poem like “Nobody you love is ever truly lost.” The palette included beige, black, white, brick red, green, and vibrant blue. The accessories played an important role in the mood of the collection. The outfits were completed by very high waist belts, peaks hats, and Basque hats in raffia and by a variety of trendy bags. Cute mini bags whose flat and square shapes contrasted with the raffia fringes, unusual bucket bags resembling a vertical bow and, of course, the signature handknitted wired bags, made of ANTEPRIMA´s exclusive light but resistant wire, in colored mini versions and in a special multicolored version in light blue hues were a favorite of ours. Japanese Creative Director Izumi Ogino has long been fusing traditional Italian craftsmanship with her own Japanese heritage and other traditions. She celebrated a Havana inspired cultural mix, creating a feminine and joyful collection with a feeling of freedom and natural lightness. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anteprima #anteprimaarticle #anteprimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-4hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-34-2hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-40-1hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-44-1
    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANT
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    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANTEPRIMA presented a collection significantly titled “Cuentos de Havana.” The fashion collection was accompanied by a poem celebrating the joy de vivre, the rhythms and the hues of Cuba´s capital, and its embodiment in the outfits showcased on the catwalk. The fashion show was opened by soul singer Cony Yendry who entered the total darkness of the venue and delivered an intense live solo-performance, while the projection of a sandy beach was shown on a screen in the background for the audience, which was full of Italian and international celebrities and influencers. Once the Cuban summery mood was on, it never stopped. An immediate feeling of lightness was conveyed thanks to the use of natural and light materials. Natural and pink raffia were featured in whole garments, fringes, and accessories together with linen, cotton, and light knitted fabrics. The silhouettes were floaty, with plenty of asymmetric mullet skirts, flared ones, and shorts matched with bikini tops and plunging blouses or elegant Guayaberas. There were also ruched floaty dresses, perfect long fitted openwork knitted dresses in black or natural beige tones. An asymmetric dress made of patched multicolored stripes in warm hues that summed up the spirit of the collection with passionate quotes out of the accompanying poem like “Nobody you love is ever truly lost.” The palette included beige, black, white, brick red, green, and vibrant blue. The accessories played an important role in the mood of the collection. The outfits were completed by very high waist belts, peaks hats, and Basque hats in raffia and by a variety of trendy bags. Cute mini bags whose flat and square shapes contrasted with the raffia fringes, unusual bucket bags resembling a vertical bow and, of course, the signature handknitted wired bags, made of ANTEPRIMA´s exclusive light but resistant wire, in colored mini versions and in a special multicolored version in light blue hues were a favorite of ours. Japanese Creative Director Izumi Ogino has long been fusing traditional Italian craftsmanship with her own Japanese heritage and other traditions. She celebrated a Havana inspired cultural mix, creating a feminine and joyful collection with a feeling of freedom and natural lightness. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anteprima #anteprimaarticle #anteprimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-4hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-34-2hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-40-1hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-44-1
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic.

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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were…[Read more]

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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of…[Read more]

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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely,…[Read more]

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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity,…[Read more]

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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week American designer Nicole Miller founded her now global womenswear brand in 1982. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture in Paris. Her eponymous brand is a mix of her sense of freedom and creativity, obtained in America, and mastering the classic French techniques of couture, obtained in Paris. The brand quickly became a regular at New York Fashion Week and a reference for some celebrities such as Blake Lively or Angelina Jolie. Nicole Miller’s designs are known for the unique detailing and the skillful draping, as well as for the graphic prints and the use of luxe fabrics. Miller’s creations are conceived with the modern woman in mind: her collections mix elegance and rebellion in innovative silhouettes. For the SS20 collection, Nicolle Miller got her inspiration from a recent trip to Japan and the comparison of this one to another one she did 20 years ago. That is why she named the collection ‘Lost and Found.’ Some designs clearly showed inspiration from the kimono silhouette, also imitating the silk textures and including prints like the tye-die and floral. Most of the collection’s looks were dresses, mini, midi, and maxi, some asymmetrical in the silhouettes, as well as mixed different prints. Other references to the kimono were the waist belts included in some looks, the wrapped shapes, and the big squared sleeves. For the colors, electric blue, pastel yellow and turquoise, black and red were the standout shades of the looks. Last, but not least, it is worth mentioning the fact that Miller decided to include some veteran models in the cast, which reflected the collection’s maturity and the connection between past and present. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nicolemiller #nicolemillerarticle #nicolemillerss20 #ainamatamoros #nyfw #nyfwarticle hauturely_67-img_0326hauturely_30-img_0175hauturely_44-img_0251hauturely_61-img_0304
    Mixing Tokyo Over the Decades at Nicole Miller Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Ameri
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti,…[Read more]

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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Milanese designer Gilberto Calzolari studied at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts. After graduating, he started a career in fashion, being able to work for some of the most prestigious international Italian luxury brands like Marni, Alberta Ferretti, Valentino, Miu Miu, and Giorgio Armani. In 2015, with more than 15 years of experience, it was time to create his own brand. Gilberto Calzolari is an Italian luxury prêt-à-porter brand with a “green” heart. Its strong identity is based on the values of environmental sustainability. The brand is in tune with the needs of the contemporary world and the current way of consuming fashion. At the same time, Calzolari’s designs maintain Italian luxury elegance, uniqueness, and excellence. His style is fresh, glamorous, and romantic. His creations are elegant and timeless, with refined silhouettes, clean lines, exquisite retro details, and unexpected combinations. Precious fabrics, complemented by the highest quality in production techniques and tailoring craftsmanship, bear the hallmarks of the brand. He was awarded the prestigious Franca Sozzani GCC Award for Best Emerging Designer at the Green Carpet Fashion Award Italia 2018, for his SS19 collection. For his SS20 show in Milano, only his sixth collection, Gilberto Calzolari was inspired by the planet Earth, as every season, but this time, he chose the deserts, to put the alarm on the threatening theme of the desertification of our planet. Minimal military and safari styled designs were the center of the collection, completed by more relaxed looks at the end, which included mostly fluid dresses. These simple designs are complemented by deep side and front slits, or by sensual V-shaped necklines. Also, some other looks include layered ethnic skirts with pleated black organza panels and wide asymmetrical skirts. The materials, of course, are all sustainable. They go from organic printed cotton twill to satin derived from recycled polyester, from the brand new biodegradable cotton canvas to the optical macramé lace that resembles pneumatic tires. They also use ecological “cork fabric,” obtained from very thin sheets of natural cork coupled with certified GOTS organic cotton. Calzolari also uses ultra-high-tech garments made with the upcycling of burst airbags, born thanks to a partnership with Volvo Car Italia. But the dichotomy between technological and natural is very evident in the belts: some made from fabric and others, from the seat belts of dismantled cars. The color palette is based on earthy colors, mainly brown, black, and white. It includes sand and ecru tones, mixed with white, yellow, black and petrol green. The only look that seems out of tune is a red dress in the middle of the show. Regarding the prints, the dresses present a black and white palm tree leaf print and some tribal motives. All of these represent the industrial pollution that contaminates the precious aquifers, pitch-black and steeped in oil slurries, up to the appearance of prints in the shape of oil spill on the light dresses in ruched organza. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #gilbertocalzolari #gilbertocalzolariarticle #gilbertocalzolariss20 #ainamatamoros #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-32hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-15hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-28hauturely_mfw-19-17-septembre-37
    Inspired By The Planet Earth at Gilberto Calzolari Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Mil
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and ob…[Read more]

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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin
    The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.…[Read more]

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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin The young Austrian designer Christoph Rumpf won the last edition of the 34th International Festival of Fashion, Photography, and Fashion Accessories in Hyères, at only 25 years old, while studying at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. He was awarded the “Grand Prix du Jury Première Vision” for his menswear collection based on deconstructed designs made from recycled fabrics. This prize was to showcase his collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin last July, as part of its Talents program. Not having founded his brand yet, Rumpf sees fashion as an instrument to induce dreams. He says his inspiration comes from everywhere, from the whole world, especially what he sees on the street. For his SS20 collection, Rumpf presented 14 looks, which included both men and women styles (7 looks for each), although gender lines are somewhat blurred in his creations. He usually only designs menswear, but for his runway debut, he wanted to show all his possibilities. Deconstruction was the base of most of the designs, seen in details such as big shoulders, cut-outs, asymmetrical shapes, or irregular structural elements. Although these features may seem to create weird looks, the collection was wearable, very sophisticated, and smooth. Sustainability is also one of the main aspects of his creations. Most of the fabrics he uses are recycled or bought from flea markets. He does not look for any type of specific fabric, but gets inspired by what he finds and then creates his collections from there. He used both printed and plain fabrics. For the prints, he chose vintage royal styles, coming from different ancient cultures such as Indian, Spanish, or Arab. For the plains, he uses timeless black and white colors for dresses, suits, or blouses. He also includes a pair of electric-blue pants and another of golden pants. Gold is also used heavily in this collection. Mostly found in the jewelry, worn by the models, or like the jeweled-details incrusted in some pieces. The show ended with two wonderfully elegant women\'s jumpsuits, made from satin, one black, and the other olive green, with a daring halter-neckline that included crystal details wrapping the fabric at shoulder level. The men\'s closing looks were two creative statement coats made from suede, one navy blue, and the other pearl gray. These looks featured structured asymmetrical elements around the neck and at the sleeves, long knot belts around their waists, and gold-jeweled details around the chest or shoulders. written by Aina Matamoros Click HERE to view the full Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #christophrumpf #christophrumpfarticle #christophrumpfss20 #ainamatamoros #mbfwb #mbfwbarticle #muellerpr #muellerprarticle hauturely_image00026-2hauturely_image00015-2hauturely_image00023-2hauturely_image00014-2
    Ground Breaking Collection at Christoph Rumpf Spring Summer 2020 during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week B
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess,…[Read more]

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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    “Either you are in each other’s confidence and have secret affairs to discuss, or you are conscious that your figures appear to the greatest advantage by walking. If the first, I should get in your way. If the second, I can admire you much better from h…[Read more]

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    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either you are in each other\'s confidence and have secret affairs to discuss, or you are conscious that your figures appear to the greatest advantage by walking. If the first, I should get in your way. If the second, I can admire you much better from here”. These words came to my mind while watching the graceful models that slowly strolled in circles at Luisa Beccaria fashion show on the lawn of the English style garden of Villa Reale. I could easily imagine a Darcy sitting among the very elegant crowd enjoying the carousel on set. Not only were models walking to relaxing playful music but to everybody´s delight, they were also playing badminton. Models were gently throwing the shuttlecock over the two white laces nets that were put in place just a minute before the start of the fashion show. The illusion of an afternoon garden party for the refined crowd Luisa Beccaria and her daughter designed for us was perfect! The collection included dresses suitable for different body types alternating rectangular silhouettes and A-line, with belts frequently used to emphasize the waistline. Necklines ranged from off-shoulders to high-collared. Slightly puffed arms were recurring. Most dresses were floor-long, but a few shorter ones were also featured. The high-quality fabrics ranged from broderie anglaise to fil coupé, but stretch cotton was also used. The color palette included white, light blue, darker blue, and pink. Floral prints and embroidered tiny flowers completed the romantic mood. Our favorite outfit was a long white dress in plissé fabric with a central light blue panel worn by a model with a neat updo hairstyle. In line with the relaxed countryside party mood at the end of the fashion show, after the models gave a final walk, they had a “thank you moment” with Luisa Beccaria and her daughter Lucilla standing on the lawn together with the models, the Milanese designer stayed to chatter with her friends while some elegantly dressed guys started to play badminton in the enchanted garden. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #luisabeccaria #luisabeccariaarticle #luisabeccariass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-6hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-18hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-40hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-41
    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either
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    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either you are in each other\'s confidence and have secret affairs to discuss, or you are conscious that your figures appear to the greatest advantage by walking. If the first, I should get in your way. If the second, I can admire you much better from here”. These words came to my mind while watching the graceful models that slowly strolled in circles at Luisa Beccaria fashion show on the lawn of the English style garden of Villa Reale. I could easily imagine a Darcy sitting among the very elegant crowd enjoying the carousel on set. Not only were models walking to relaxing playful music but to everybody´s delight, they were also playing badminton. Models were gently throwing the shuttlecock over the two white laces nets that were put in place just a minute before the start of the fashion show. The illusion of an afternoon garden party for the refined crowd Luisa Beccaria and her daughter designed for us was perfect! The collection included dresses suitable for different body types alternating rectangular silhouettes and A-line, with belts frequently used to emphasize the waistline. Necklines ranged from off-shoulders to high-collared. Slightly puffed arms were recurring. Most dresses were floor-long, but a few shorter ones were also featured. The high-quality fabrics ranged from broderie anglaise to fil coupé, but stretch cotton was also used. The color palette included white, light blue, darker blue, and pink. Floral prints and embroidered tiny flowers completed the romantic mood. Our favorite outfit was a long white dress in plissé fabric with a central light blue panel worn by a model with a neat updo hairstyle. In line with the relaxed countryside party mood at the end of the fashion show, after the models gave a final walk, they had a “thank you moment” with Luisa Beccaria and her daughter Lucilla standing on the lawn together with the models, the Milanese designer stayed to chatter with her friends while some elegantly dressed guys started to play badminton in the enchanted garden. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #luisabeccaria #luisabeccariaarticle #luisabeccariass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-6hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-18hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-40hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-41
    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either
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    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either you are in each other\'s confidence and have secret affairs to discuss, or you are conscious that your figures appear to the greatest advantage by walking. If the first, I should get in your way. If the second, I can admire you much better from here”. These words came to my mind while watching the graceful models that slowly strolled in circles at Luisa Beccaria fashion show on the lawn of the English style garden of Villa Reale. I could easily imagine a Darcy sitting among the very elegant crowd enjoying the carousel on set. Not only were models walking to relaxing playful music but to everybody´s delight, they were also playing badminton. Models were gently throwing the shuttlecock over the two white laces nets that were put in place just a minute before the start of the fashion show. The illusion of an afternoon garden party for the refined crowd Luisa Beccaria and her daughter designed for us was perfect! The collection included dresses suitable for different body types alternating rectangular silhouettes and A-line, with belts frequently used to emphasize the waistline. Necklines ranged from off-shoulders to high-collared. Slightly puffed arms were recurring. Most dresses were floor-long, but a few shorter ones were also featured. The high-quality fabrics ranged from broderie anglaise to fil coupé, but stretch cotton was also used. The color palette included white, light blue, darker blue, and pink. Floral prints and embroidered tiny flowers completed the romantic mood. Our favorite outfit was a long white dress in plissé fabric with a central light blue panel worn by a model with a neat updo hairstyle. In line with the relaxed countryside party mood at the end of the fashion show, after the models gave a final walk, they had a “thank you moment” with Luisa Beccaria and her daughter Lucilla standing on the lawn together with the models, the Milanese designer stayed to chatter with her friends while some elegantly dressed guys started to play badminton in the enchanted garden. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #luisabeccaria #luisabeccariaarticle #luisabeccariass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-6hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-18hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-40hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-41
    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either
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    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either you are in each other\'s confidence and have secret affairs to discuss, or you are conscious that your figures appear to the greatest advantage by walking. If the first, I should get in your way. If the second, I can admire you much better from here”. These words came to my mind while watching the graceful models that slowly strolled in circles at Luisa Beccaria fashion show on the lawn of the English style garden of Villa Reale. I could easily imagine a Darcy sitting among the very elegant crowd enjoying the carousel on set. Not only were models walking to relaxing playful music but to everybody´s delight, they were also playing badminton. Models were gently throwing the shuttlecock over the two white laces nets that were put in place just a minute before the start of the fashion show. The illusion of an afternoon garden party for the refined crowd Luisa Beccaria and her daughter designed for us was perfect! The collection included dresses suitable for different body types alternating rectangular silhouettes and A-line, with belts frequently used to emphasize the waistline. Necklines ranged from off-shoulders to high-collared. Slightly puffed arms were recurring. Most dresses were floor-long, but a few shorter ones were also featured. The high-quality fabrics ranged from broderie anglaise to fil coupé, but stretch cotton was also used. The color palette included white, light blue, darker blue, and pink. Floral prints and embroidered tiny flowers completed the romantic mood. Our favorite outfit was a long white dress in plissé fabric with a central light blue panel worn by a model with a neat updo hairstyle. In line with the relaxed countryside party mood at the end of the fashion show, after the models gave a final walk, they had a “thank you moment” with Luisa Beccaria and her daughter Lucilla standing on the lawn together with the models, the Milanese designer stayed to chatter with her friends while some elegantly dressed guys started to play badminton in the enchanted garden. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #luisabeccaria #luisabeccariaarticle #luisabeccariass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-6hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-18hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-40hauturely_luisa-beccaria_ss20_look-41
    The Enchanted Lace Garden at Luisa Beccaria Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week “Either
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    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    The quote printed on the invitation: “The highest form of elegance is kindness,” set the tone for the delicate mood of Blumarine´s collection. The roses that have long been a distinctive sign for Blumarine, and that designer Anna Molinari seems to be very keen…[Read more]

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    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote printed on the invitation: “The highest form of elegance is kindness,” set the tone for the delicate mood of Blumarine´s collection. The roses that have long been a distinctive sign for Blumarine, and that designer Anna Molinari seems to be very keen on picking in her garden, were the primary inspiration of the collection comes from both in terms of motifs, shapes, and shades. Pink and yellow, together with light blue and black, were the dominating colors in this collection by Blumarine. Shorts and cropped sweaters, pencil skirts, sweetheart necklines, slip dresses, long and short flouncy dresses, neck ribbons, and mini bags expressed the very feminine and girlish spirit of the collection. Rose-shaped chiffon tops and embellishments enriched some of the dresses, but the rose inspiration reached the top of its beauty in a flow of flouncy long and short dresses, rich in petals-like layers and ruches in light blue, yellow and rose. Yellow and rose, in particular, were combined in an outfit that stole my heart: a ruched light pink top with a belt around the waist laced up on the back to create a flowy tail slightly longer than the yellow short skirt paired with it. Divine, not only, the two colors were even blended, as it happens with mottled roses, in a long diva-like dress made of pale yellow Chantilly lace covering a pink underskirt. A particularly young “cutie” style came across with the glittering short sequin golden slip dress and the A-line silver dress as well as with the crystal nets that covered several outfits, the trench, and the jeans embellished with glittering floral motifs and the cropped sweaters. The word cutie was even printed on one of them! The collection was completed by “classic” delightful Blumarine satin and lace slip dresses, outfits with floral motifs, and with the signature Blumarine roses and leopard motifs. The fashion show was closed by Anna Molinari herself showing up in front of the celebrities crowded audience accompanied by her curly angel, who looked kind and cute, beautiful inside and outside, like a mini Beatrice. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumariness20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #sosweetpr #sosweetprarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine_xt207812hauturely_blumarine_xt208183hauturely_blumarine_xt208221-1hauturely_blumarine_xt207715
    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote print
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    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote printed on the invitation: “The highest form of elegance is kindness,” set the tone for the delicate mood of Blumarine´s collection. The roses that have long been a distinctive sign for Blumarine, and that designer Anna Molinari seems to be very keen on picking in her garden, were the primary inspiration of the collection comes from both in terms of motifs, shapes, and shades. Pink and yellow, together with light blue and black, were the dominating colors in this collection by Blumarine. Shorts and cropped sweaters, pencil skirts, sweetheart necklines, slip dresses, long and short flouncy dresses, neck ribbons, and mini bags expressed the very feminine and girlish spirit of the collection. Rose-shaped chiffon tops and embellishments enriched some of the dresses, but the rose inspiration reached the top of its beauty in a flow of flouncy long and short dresses, rich in petals-like layers and ruches in light blue, yellow and rose. Yellow and rose, in particular, were combined in an outfit that stole my heart: a ruched light pink top with a belt around the waist laced up on the back to create a flowy tail slightly longer than the yellow short skirt paired with it. Divine, not only, the two colors were even blended, as it happens with mottled roses, in a long diva-like dress made of pale yellow Chantilly lace covering a pink underskirt. A particularly young “cutie” style came across with the glittering short sequin golden slip dress and the A-line silver dress as well as with the crystal nets that covered several outfits, the trench, and the jeans embellished with glittering floral motifs and the cropped sweaters. The word cutie was even printed on one of them! The collection was completed by “classic” delightful Blumarine satin and lace slip dresses, outfits with floral motifs, and with the signature Blumarine roses and leopard motifs. The fashion show was closed by Anna Molinari herself showing up in front of the celebrities crowded audience accompanied by her curly angel, who looked kind and cute, beautiful inside and outside, like a mini Beatrice. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumariness20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #sosweetpr #sosweetprarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine_xt207812hauturely_blumarine_xt208183hauturely_blumarine_xt208221-1hauturely_blumarine_xt207715
    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote print
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    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote printed on the invitation: “The highest form of elegance is kindness,” set the tone for the delicate mood of Blumarine´s collection. The roses that have long been a distinctive sign for Blumarine, and that designer Anna Molinari seems to be very keen on picking in her garden, were the primary inspiration of the collection comes from both in terms of motifs, shapes, and shades. Pink and yellow, together with light blue and black, were the dominating colors in this collection by Blumarine. Shorts and cropped sweaters, pencil skirts, sweetheart necklines, slip dresses, long and short flouncy dresses, neck ribbons, and mini bags expressed the very feminine and girlish spirit of the collection. Rose-shaped chiffon tops and embellishments enriched some of the dresses, but the rose inspiration reached the top of its beauty in a flow of flouncy long and short dresses, rich in petals-like layers and ruches in light blue, yellow and rose. Yellow and rose, in particular, were combined in an outfit that stole my heart: a ruched light pink top with a belt around the waist laced up on the back to create a flowy tail slightly longer than the yellow short skirt paired with it. Divine, not only, the two colors were even blended, as it happens with mottled roses, in a long diva-like dress made of pale yellow Chantilly lace covering a pink underskirt. A particularly young “cutie” style came across with the glittering short sequin golden slip dress and the A-line silver dress as well as with the crystal nets that covered several outfits, the trench, and the jeans embellished with glittering floral motifs and the cropped sweaters. The word cutie was even printed on one of them! The collection was completed by “classic” delightful Blumarine satin and lace slip dresses, outfits with floral motifs, and with the signature Blumarine roses and leopard motifs. The fashion show was closed by Anna Molinari herself showing up in front of the celebrities crowded audience accompanied by her curly angel, who looked kind and cute, beautiful inside and outside, like a mini Beatrice. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumariness20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #sosweetpr #sosweetprarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine_xt207812hauturely_blumarine_xt208183hauturely_blumarine_xt208221-1hauturely_blumarine_xt207715
    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote print
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    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote printed on the invitation: “The highest form of elegance is kindness,” set the tone for the delicate mood of Blumarine´s collection. The roses that have long been a distinctive sign for Blumarine, and that designer Anna Molinari seems to be very keen on picking in her garden, were the primary inspiration of the collection comes from both in terms of motifs, shapes, and shades. Pink and yellow, together with light blue and black, were the dominating colors in this collection by Blumarine. Shorts and cropped sweaters, pencil skirts, sweetheart necklines, slip dresses, long and short flouncy dresses, neck ribbons, and mini bags expressed the very feminine and girlish spirit of the collection. Rose-shaped chiffon tops and embellishments enriched some of the dresses, but the rose inspiration reached the top of its beauty in a flow of flouncy long and short dresses, rich in petals-like layers and ruches in light blue, yellow and rose. Yellow and rose, in particular, were combined in an outfit that stole my heart: a ruched light pink top with a belt around the waist laced up on the back to create a flowy tail slightly longer than the yellow short skirt paired with it. Divine, not only, the two colors were even blended, as it happens with mottled roses, in a long diva-like dress made of pale yellow Chantilly lace covering a pink underskirt. A particularly young “cutie” style came across with the glittering short sequin golden slip dress and the A-line silver dress as well as with the crystal nets that covered several outfits, the trench, and the jeans embellished with glittering floral motifs and the cropped sweaters. The word cutie was even printed on one of them! The collection was completed by “classic” delightful Blumarine satin and lace slip dresses, outfits with floral motifs, and with the signature Blumarine roses and leopard motifs. The fashion show was closed by Anna Molinari herself showing up in front of the celebrities crowded audience accompanied by her curly angel, who looked kind and cute, beautiful inside and outside, like a mini Beatrice. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #blumarine #blumarinearticle #blumariness20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #sosweetpr #sosweetprarticle #blufin #blufinarticle hauturely_blumarine_xt207812hauturely_blumarine_xt208183hauturely_blumarine_xt208221-1hauturely_blumarine_xt207715
    The Gentle Power of Roses at Blumarine Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week The quote print
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    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collection, titled Divine, shined and flowed at it’s best in the shadowy illuminated Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale.

    The metallic shades of lurex and golden sequins mixed with the natural nude tones of crepe and chiffon…[Read more]

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    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collection, titled Divine, shined and flowed at it\'s best in the shadowy illuminated Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale. The metallic shades of lurex and golden sequins mixed with the natural nude tones of crepe and chiffon fabrics contrasted with the rigid outerwear, corset-belts, and bags in vacchetta and croc-embossed leather were one of a kind. The Spanish and Latin America inspiration was evident in the swirling skirts in different lengths, the voluminous puff sleeves, and the extremely elegant and flowy wide trousers. It was also clearly stated in the shiny antique-white lurex dress with chain straps adorned by facing parrots. The accessories were of fundamental importance to create unique outfits. Amazing corset-belts in vacchetta brown and bright light blue and golden yellow croc print gave character to the elegant outfits. Besides, the models carried a special version of the icon bags Aigner has long been known for! A Cybill special version made of woven vacchetta leather stripes with white stitching and screw studs was matched with a long vacchetta jacket and light wide plissé trousers. Last but not least, the models wore shoes with turtle heels and were styled with very cool felt Mexico inspired hats. The collection conveyed a sensation of fluidity, sensuality, and elegance appropriate for sensual but classy women ready for a night out. Christian Beck managed to deliver a collection that showed loyalty to the brand heritage with a contemporary, divinely shiny touch. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Aigner Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #aigner #aignerarticle #aignerss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #claragarcovich #claragarcovicharticle hauturely_aigner_xt208682hauturely_aigner_xt208864hauturely_aigner_xt208777hauturely_aigner_xt208547
    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collecti
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    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collection, titled Divine, shined and flowed at it\'s best in the shadowy illuminated Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale. The metallic shades of lurex and golden sequins mixed with the natural nude tones of crepe and chiffon fabrics contrasted with the rigid outerwear, corset-belts, and bags in vacchetta and croc-embossed leather were one of a kind. The Spanish and Latin America inspiration was evident in the swirling skirts in different lengths, the voluminous puff sleeves, and the extremely elegant and flowy wide trousers. It was also clearly stated in the shiny antique-white lurex dress with chain straps adorned by facing parrots. The accessories were of fundamental importance to create unique outfits. Amazing corset-belts in vacchetta brown and bright light blue and golden yellow croc print gave character to the elegant outfits. Besides, the models carried a special version of the icon bags Aigner has long been known for! A Cybill special version made of woven vacchetta leather stripes with white stitching and screw studs was matched with a long vacchetta jacket and light wide plissé trousers. Last but not least, the models wore shoes with turtle heels and were styled with very cool felt Mexico inspired hats. The collection conveyed a sensation of fluidity, sensuality, and elegance appropriate for sensual but classy women ready for a night out. Christian Beck managed to deliver a collection that showed loyalty to the brand heritage with a contemporary, divinely shiny touch. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Aigner Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #aigner #aignerarticle #aignerss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #claragarcovich #claragarcovicharticle hauturely_aigner_xt208682hauturely_aigner_xt208864hauturely_aigner_xt208777hauturely_aigner_xt208547
    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collecti
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    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collection, titled Divine, shined and flowed at it\'s best in the shadowy illuminated Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale. The metallic shades of lurex and golden sequins mixed with the natural nude tones of crepe and chiffon fabrics contrasted with the rigid outerwear, corset-belts, and bags in vacchetta and croc-embossed leather were one of a kind. The Spanish and Latin America inspiration was evident in the swirling skirts in different lengths, the voluminous puff sleeves, and the extremely elegant and flowy wide trousers. It was also clearly stated in the shiny antique-white lurex dress with chain straps adorned by facing parrots. The accessories were of fundamental importance to create unique outfits. Amazing corset-belts in vacchetta brown and bright light blue and golden yellow croc print gave character to the elegant outfits. Besides, the models carried a special version of the icon bags Aigner has long been known for! A Cybill special version made of woven vacchetta leather stripes with white stitching and screw studs was matched with a long vacchetta jacket and light wide plissé trousers. Last but not least, the models wore shoes with turtle heels and were styled with very cool felt Mexico inspired hats. The collection conveyed a sensation of fluidity, sensuality, and elegance appropriate for sensual but classy women ready for a night out. Christian Beck managed to deliver a collection that showed loyalty to the brand heritage with a contemporary, divinely shiny touch. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Aigner Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #aigner #aignerarticle #aignerss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #claragarcovich #claragarcovicharticle hauturely_aigner_xt208682hauturely_aigner_xt208864hauturely_aigner_xt208777hauturely_aigner_xt208547
    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collecti
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    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collection, titled Divine, shined and flowed at it\'s best in the shadowy illuminated Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale. The metallic shades of lurex and golden sequins mixed with the natural nude tones of crepe and chiffon fabrics contrasted with the rigid outerwear, corset-belts, and bags in vacchetta and croc-embossed leather were one of a kind. The Spanish and Latin America inspiration was evident in the swirling skirts in different lengths, the voluminous puff sleeves, and the extremely elegant and flowy wide trousers. It was also clearly stated in the shiny antique-white lurex dress with chain straps adorned by facing parrots. The accessories were of fundamental importance to create unique outfits. Amazing corset-belts in vacchetta brown and bright light blue and golden yellow croc print gave character to the elegant outfits. Besides, the models carried a special version of the icon bags Aigner has long been known for! A Cybill special version made of woven vacchetta leather stripes with white stitching and screw studs was matched with a long vacchetta jacket and light wide plissé trousers. Last but not least, the models wore shoes with turtle heels and were styled with very cool felt Mexico inspired hats. The collection conveyed a sensation of fluidity, sensuality, and elegance appropriate for sensual but classy women ready for a night out. Christian Beck managed to deliver a collection that showed loyalty to the brand heritage with a contemporary, divinely shiny touch. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Aigner Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #aigner #aignerarticle #aignerss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #claragarcovich #claragarcovicharticle hauturely_aigner_xt208682hauturely_aigner_xt208864hauturely_aigner_xt208777hauturely_aigner_xt208547
    Divine at Aigner Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Aigner´s spring/summer 2020 collecti
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week
    Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could…[Read more]

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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
    hauturely posted an update
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show I was held at Pier 59 Studios on a brisk fall evening and featured eight rising designers, Margaret Garrison, Empire Collection, Alicia’s Designs, Dignified Women’s apparel, NYKWALE, and Haley Manochi. The show was filled to capacity, and you could sense the excitement. Margaret Garrison was the first designer to show on the runway, and her collection was a quirky and fun way to kick off the show. With a bit of an eighties throwback vibe, the neon colors and heavy use of gor tex like fabrics along with the colorful two-tone Teva like sandals gave the lineup a sense of 90\'s space girl meets 80\'s new wave. There was a quilted coil dress that flounced down the runway, and an 80\'s patterned workout suit in vibrant orange and black; both adorned with in-your-face over-sized zippers. But the standouts for me had to be the eyewear. Bold, unconventional, and fully embracing the streetwear aesthetic that is still hugely on-trend, the sunnies stole the show. From ski-shield inspired frames to Devo whip-it shades and straight-edge cat eyes, the sunglasses were not to be missed. Empire collection was the second label to show for Oxford Fashion Studio. Designing both menswear and womenswear the lineup featured a plethora of tracksuits, trenches, and pants suits that could double as workout gear. Black, gunmetal green and cream kept the collection simple and refined, while the iridescent fabrics and tone-on-tone embroidered like textures that added interest and kept the collection from veering into being too minimalist. The outwear had some decent standouts, the green single-breasted trench was a stunner, and the cream men’s moto jacket was sleek and sophisticated. Straddling the line between streetwear and sportswear, the brand certainly has it\'s pulse on current trends. The accessories designer, Alicia’s Designs, was up next. As models strutted out in simple black ensembles, all the focus was the statement-making jewelry and accessories as the models walked the runway. Decidedly bold with over-sized geometric patterns in saturated primaries and metallics, they made a statement: demure they were not. There were over the top V-shaped “necklaces,” Wonder Woman inspired wrist cuffs, and winged chokers with shoulder plates, along with headbands, earrings, belts, shoes, and bags. But again, much like Margaret Garrison, the sunnies were a standout. With their distinctive patterned overlay and chain strap, they were a show stopper to be sure. Pretty grunge could be the best way to describe All Reclaimed by P SS2020 collection. Using a portion of reclaimed fabrics in all of the garments the brand seeks to create without destroying. The designer of All Reclaimed by P said: \"I am just the girl, with the fascination of a fairytale and the desire to share the world through my eyes in every design.\" And indeed she does. With an emphasis on dresses, a sassy mini dresses with tweed-like corsets and flouncy lace bottoms, while another look featured corseted leather strap tops, and feather skirt bottoms, to floor-length frocks in black lace and feather shoulder details, to a pale floral sundress overlaid by a metal and leather halter. The collection was an unbridled expression of feminine strength. Next- up, Dignified Woman\'s Apparel featured a dominant palette of white only occasionally broken up by pastels. Variety was added through pleating, asymmetrical silhouettes, and draping. A beautiful three-tiered floor-length dress stole the show. Adding details like swingy straps and gym-suit belts kept the collection both feminine and fun. Nykwale followed and was quite the contrast to the collection that preceded it. The palette with it\'s bright bursts of red and yellow and white accents set the tone for this vibrant collection. Body con silhouettes and ruffles dominate, while multiple pattern blocking adds depth and unexpected texture. A yellow and black ruffle top was quite striking in its understated grace. And the designs for men were equally striking with their red ribbed collars, vertical patterned tees, and gold and black tracksuit with it\'s \"gaffers\" tape detailing. A bold, graphical collection, the lineup for SS2020 was a brilliant collection of color and texture with a celebratory spirit. Swinging back in the other direction Haley Manochi\'s collection for SS2020 was also dominated by a singular palette--this time champagne; broken up only by a pale green and a subtle topaz. The fabrication was sleek, with an emphasis on draping and movement. Pleats broke up the singleness of the smooth solids as did the bow-ribboned closures and puffed sleeves. Artful, shy, and romantic, the pieces that walked the runway for SS2020 were both elegant and playful. The last designer to show during Show I for Oxford Fashion Studio was Y.H. Color blocking minimalism is how I would describe this accessible lineup. From cobalt blue and vibrant orange to red, periwinkle, royal navy, and purple, color was the center of the collection. Artful draping also dominated, offering wearable silhouettes that flatter the body. The dominance of solids was intermittently broken up by a tone-on-tone, subtle tie-dye print. And additional interest was expressed in layered tops and asymmetrical skirts. It was a fun and unconventional way to end the show. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #oxfordfashionstudio #oxfordfashionstudioarticle #oxfordfashionstudioss20 #aliciamackin #nyfw #nyfwarticle #theriviereagency #theriviereagencyarticle eitan-broude-682x1024nykwale-682x1024all-reclaimed-by-p-682x1024empire-collection-682x1024
    Oxford Fashion Studio Spring Summer 2020 during New York Fashion Week Oxford Fashion Studio’s Show
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