Evolution, Not Revolution

The most successful designers are known for keeping up with the trends but also for a specialty, signature shape or fabric. Over time, their …


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The most successful designers are known for keeping up with the trends but also for a specialty, signature shape or fabric. Over time, their styles develop, absorbing cultural inspiration and reflecting the zeitgeist of the season, while still evolving their staple item. Today we’re highlighting a few timelines- who would you say has the most consistent hand?


Evolution, Not Revolution
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