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Colourful and feminine sportswear at Roland Mouret -

New York: With Roland Mouret’s first US store opening up on Madison Avenue in the coming months, the collection embodied sophisticated tailoring with deconstructed yet feminine details, perfect for the New York woman. A vibrant colour palette was brought to life with colour blocking and bold combinations that accentuated the drapes, angles, and details. Collars continued to be standalone and ...
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Jonathan Anderson brings a light and organic aesthetic to Loewe -

Paris: Jonathan Anderson began his first presentation at Loewe with the notion of lightening the brand up, modernizing the aesthetic and creating a more youthful appeal. A soft palette of neutrals paired with unexpected brights did just that. The British designer also focused on steering away from all things artificial explaining, "The idea of luxury has changed. You need things ...
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Karl Lagerfeld adds to Paris’s thriving menswear scene

Karl Lagerfeld has opened a new Paris boutique dedicated to the menswear line of his brand, Karl. The 1,430sq ft store is located on the upscale rue Marbeuf, close to other luxury menswear stores such as Berluti and Kiton. Spread over two floors, it carries everything from tailoring to casualwear and outerwear, along with watches, small leather goods, fragrance, accessories ...
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The Alexis Mabille woman steps into the ring -

Paris: Ever pretty, the Alexis Mabille woman this season was sassier than usual, sporting boxing-style satin robes and statement military chains – strewn with abandon across the body as waist belts and across the décolletage as heavy-duty necklaces. Sporty mesh was trimmed with delicate lace and worn over sequin-covered bikinis. If Mabille was inspired by the boxing ring spectacle this season, it was certainly a ...
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Chic, simple yet dramatic at Lanvin -

Paris: For Spring/Summer 2015, Alber Elbaz looked to the work of ‘Jeanne Lanvin, from her graceful, simple gowns to her lavish embroideries,’ and sent out a collection of real clothes for real women and ‘real’ models – “Amber, Violetta, Natasha, Malgosia,” Elbaz said, “It’s about beautiful women.” The opening, simple, fluid gowns save for a row of metal buttons, ...
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Boudoir femininity at Sharon Wauchob -

Paris: Femininity was all go at Sharon Wauchob’s show. Soft silk négligées and loose robes with lace and floral embellishment were sent down the catwalk. The mood was relevant and très Parisienne with nonchalant layering and covetable accessories in the form of short-fringed mules and clutch bags. Matching looks, such as an embellished peplum camisole with matching cigarette trousers, stood ...
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Bold graphics and striking shapes at Balmain -

Paris: Olivier Rousteing’s latest collection for Balmain was graphic with grids and stripes blocking the body. The female form was still celebrated though, and clearly seen – through sheer Perspex panels. Some silhouettes featured languid layers and handkerchief hemlines – a key trend for the season. The Balmain woman is no doubt bold and this season’s colour palette furthered ...
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Short and sharp at Carven -

Paris: Guillaume Henry gave out the idea that he created a Spring/Summer collection for  " a Carven girl who is dynamic, energetic, spontaneous, fresh and efficient. This presentation was all of that. With athletic, boldly colored A-line dresses with bands of contrasting colors or snakeskin wrapped around the upper torso, there was perhaps a little of a modern Courreges in the ...
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Vionnet evokes the spirit of a dancer -

Paris: Goga Ashkenazi, creative director of Vionnet, expertly manipulated fabrics in an effort to evoke the spirit of a dancer – American expat Isadora Duncan of the late 19th-century to be exact. Sheer was the order of the day, producing fluid movement and showing off seductive garter belts. Ashkenazi also referenced 'curves' as being a key element to the collection ...
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A day at the beach with Damir Doma -

Paris: Damir Doma presented a collection for Spring/Summer 2015 that was extensive and varied in application. In the show notes, he cited New Order’s “Power, Corruption & Lies” album, and Audrey Hepburn carrying a fisherman’s net on the beach. This idea of a summer escape set the tone for a line up of clean cut pieces. Details were minimal ...
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Sumptuous femininity with a hint of sport at Rochas -

Paris: Alessandro Dell'Acqua fused all things feminine and romantic with touches of athletic, varsity influences. The Rochas "R" adorned featherweight, gossamer button-front blouses, must-have blazers, and accessories producing unexpected appeal. A patchwork mélange of openwork macramé, delicate Chantilly, and heavier Guipure generated alluring depth and dimension. Flocked floral and hummingbird patterns were light and added deluxe surface interest. – Deirdre Pérez Silhouette: Feminine and ...
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A streamlined sporty aesthetic at Balenciaga -

Paris: Alexander Wang presented his Spring/Summer collection for Balenciaga with an athletic aesthetic in mind. Wang happened to be in Paris during the Tour de France and there was no question that the cyclists’ second-skin performance-wear influenced this dynamic lineup. Amid swirling vapors of smoke, models swept down the catwalk – sweeping maxi trapeze duster coats were layered over ...
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A Bohemian fairytale at Dries Van Noten -

Paris: Dries Van Noten never fails to delight and surprise his avid followers and this Spring/Summer collection was a no exception. It all began with the ‘tweeting’ of the feathered variety – setting the mood while models glided over a bed of feathered moss. A fresh take on a Bohemian feel mixed with Eastern sensibility prevailed in signature separates ...
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Deconstructed tailoring and feminine layers at Cédric Charlier -

Paris: Cédric Charlier sent forth a Spring collection with a dynamic combination of tailoring and feminine layering. Exposed basting stitches, fringe and feathers produced tactile surface interest and a deconstructed aesthetic. Charlier played with colour by using bold stripes and multi-layering, adding pops of contrasting shades which created dimension. Asymmetrical foulard hemlines cut from silky summer weight fabrics created fluid ...
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Monochromatic layering at Christophe Lemaire -

Paris: Monochromatic dressing flooded the catwalk at Christophe Lemaire's exquisite Spring 2015 presentation. Crisp layers of summer weight fabrics were well-suited for classic tailoring and long layers. New shirt treatments in the form of pull-over and capelet shapes were a refreshing update to the traditional button-front. Coats and dresses in trapeze silhouettes with fullness towards the bottom, sumptuously swooshed as ...
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