Front Row Flash – Micro Optics

  Busy graphic patterns are popping up in S/S 13’s front rows, appearing first on New York’s famous show-goers, and now more recently on …


Daisy Lowe; Paris & Nicky Hilton; Mia Moretti

 
Busy graphic patterns are popping up in S/S 13’s front rows, appearing first on New York’s famous show-goers, and now more recently on London’s VIPs. The Hilton sisters sported eye-catching micro prints to Diane Von Furstenberg and Mia Moretti sat clad in kaleidoscopic peace signs at Nicole Miller. Daisy Lowe donned a jumper covered in an allover stitched red cross motif to Topshop’s show.


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