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A fairytale woodland scene at Markus Lupfer

London: Markus Lupfer presented his whimsical new autumn collection, and took you on a walk into a secret garden, albeit off Pall Mall, with models holding real fluffy baby bunny-rabbits, set amongst wild flowers and a fairytale woodland scene.  As is true with fairytales the sugary sweet mixed with darker undercurrents in luxe materials and opulent tones.  This was a girl dressed ...
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Sexy, Glamourous Goth at Julien Macdonald

London: Black. Sexy. Slashed. Zipped. Unzipped. Julien Macdonald skipped daywear and game out after hours, for VIPs only, with seductive form fitting sheaths of silk and sequins to be worn with attitude, strappy Gina stilettos coiling up the ankles, long gloves and berry stained lips.  Lace motifs were outlined in texture, sequins and fur, silhouettes skillfully slashed to the navel and ...
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Soft, elegant and regal at Emilia Wickstead

London: The chime from a music box was the cue for Emila Wickstead’s ladies to glide down the marble staircase and into view. Imagine a modern day ‘My Fair Lady’ making her debut in society with looks perfectly poised to take the new society belles from day to eveningwear. Demure ankle lengths, softly gathered bustles and cinched waists all gently ...
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Masculine undertones infused with childhood memories at J. JS LEE

London: The Korean Designer J. JS LEE paid tribute to her childhood this season with a collection imbued with personal memories. ‘Different and eccentric, a playful sports enthusiast yet delicately feminine, slightly awkward and introverted whilst sensitive and soft natured with boyish, short unkempt hair’ describes Lee in her early years. Androgynous tailored essentials such as oversized coats, chic blazers ...
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Winter Cheer at J.Crew

New York: Peter Schlesinger’s book, “Checkered Past” was the motivation behind J. Crew’s latest collection; and it was every bit as stylish as the characters referenced in the 70’s based novel. Tom Mora elevated J. Crew classics with considered detail- denim was undone at the hems whilst a neoprene polo and classic suit jacket received a playful injection of sparkle. However, ...
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Colorful architecture with Delpozo

New York: Josep Font, Creative Dirctor of the prét-a-couture house, was influenced for autumn/winter 2015/16 by the Australian artist Rhys Lee and Russian painter Andrey Remnev’s modern interpretation of the Pre-Raphaelite spirit. The set resembled a winter wonderland of white cardboard trees as the models walked the curvy path to a slow and serene soundtrack. The structure and architecture maintained ...
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Michael Kors perfects understated glamour

New York: This season Michael Kors was inspired by the yin and yang of an American attitude from people such as Carolyn Bessette Kennedy and Babe Paley. The collection exhibited opulent restraint and an overall composed and understated sense of glamour and indulgence. Menswear influences were seen throughout the collection with military accents, guncheck plaids, haberdashery capes, and burnished leather ...
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A lasting legacy at Oscar de la Renta

New York: Peter Copping’s first collection for Oscar de la Renta brought forth both an honorary tribute to the late designer as well as a younger, more modern sensibility. Coppings, who has previously designed for Nina Ricci, understood the feminine, classic, and sophisticated women who wear Oscar de la Renta. Staying true to the brand, the collection started off with ...
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Trend Alert – Sport Sheen

Soft materials such as satin, silk and high-sheen polyesters move into sportswear this season. Military bomber jackets and overcoats get a girly update via shiny fabrics in shades of olive and petrol green. Lingerie-inspired dresses are combined with streetwear staples for an offbeat yet flirtatious look.
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Marrakech meets Chelsea at Tory Burch

New York: Tory Burch infused Middle Eastern patterns and embellishments with London bohemia in her autumn/winter 15/16 collection. The striking color palette was based on earth tones of reds and blues pairing back to white and brown. Intricate tapestry like patterns mimicked the tapestries that were covering the venue’s walls and floors. The Moroccan patterns were contrasted by city lights ...
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Contemporary throwback at Karen Walker

New York: For autumn/winter 2015/16, Karen Walker continued to have a retro sensibility but with a modern edge. Models wore denim jumpsuits, polo dresses, and flare pant suits with rugged contrasting cleated sole boots, booties, and Mary Janes. The bold color palette of blues and greens paired back to black, brown, and gold for 70s aesthetic. Print mixing was modernized ...
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Game time with Tommy Hilfiger

New York: Tommy Hilfiger kicked-off its 30th anniversary with an homage to American sportswear. Known for creating intricate sets and productions, this season did not disappoint with one of the most complex runway shows you could imagine, a football stadium. The space had everything from rows of bleachers to an astro-turf football field, scoreboard, and even wall of fame helmet ...
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An underwater fantasy at Carolina Herrera

New York: For Autumn/Winter 2015/16, Carolina Herrera looked under the sea for inspiration with water being the main focal point. The models walked onto the runway to a serene blue and white set weaving their way around large clear glass pillars to fantasy-like music creating an overall ethereal atmosphere. Patterns and fabrics resembled and replicated water in all forms from ...
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The urban west with Tracy Reese

New York: This autumn/winter 2015/16 Tracy Reese combined urban chic with Midwestern influences. The models walked down the runways in headphones and oversized sunglasses with western boots and ponchos. Patterns were a mixture of monochromatic psychedelic prints and retro geos. Dresses took on a retro and festival look with floral minis as well as more glam styles with sequins, feathers, ...
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Bright romance at Diane Von Furstenberg

New York: Diane Von Furstenberg continued this season with her signature wrap dresses, bold patterns, and bright colors but in a new location, Spring Studios, straying from her traditional Lincoln Center venue, opting for a smaller, more personal space. Model and celebrity Kendall Jenner opened the show in a white cashmere wrap dress, sure to bring a new and younger ...
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