Runway Flash – Cut It Out

Cutouts have been key this season but Paris delivers a sleek laser-cut edge with meticulous designs and inventive placement. Contoured slices are used to …


Cutouts have been key this season but Paris delivers a sleek laser-cut edge with meticulous designs and inventive placement. Contoured slices are used to create ribcage-like harnesses, while geometric incisions add graphic positive-negative pattern to pencil skirts or slim pants. Leather, pleather or neoprene ensure that unfinished edges remain clean and sharp. –Sharon Graubard


Runway Flash – Cut It Out
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