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  • Paige Reddinger | March 7, 2016

    Givenchy Fall/Winter 2016

    The genius of Riccardo Tisci is that he is able to please the Millennials with familiar imagery on pieces that are still relatively accessible (i.e. Bambi, a fang-baring dog, and religious iconography on sweatshirts and slip-on sneakers), while attracting the more sophisticated set with pockets deep enough to buy a full look. It’s not easy being cool, commercial,

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 7, 2016

    Demna Gvasalia’s Buzzy Debut for Balenciaga

    “If Dior is the Watteau of dressmaking…then Balenciaga is fashion’s Picasso. For like that painter…underneath all of his experiments with modern, Balenciaga has a deep respect for tradition and pure classic line,” Cecil Beaton once said of the legendary designer. While having a deep respect for tradition might not exactly be true of Balenciaga’s latest

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 4, 2016

    Christian Dior Fall/Winter 2016

    Lucie Meier and Serge Ruffieux’s sophisticated sophomore debut was a study on the shoulder. Though we’ve seen enough off-the-shoulder looks to last a lifetime, the design duo’s translation of the pervasive trend into coats felt completely new and desirable. Furs came folded over and around the shoulders, and over ribbed knits or severe white collared shirts. Even a

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 4, 2016

    Vetements Fall/Winter 2016

    The way that the fashion world praises and fawns over Vetements, you would think Demna Gvasalia is some kind of god (although his deity status hasn’t yet rivaled Alessandro Michele’s, whose fashion edicts have spread like wildfire). So it’s appropriate that the show was held in the American Church in Paris. Since the anarchist clothes were

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 4, 2016

    Rick Owens Fall/Winter 2016

    How do you follow up a collection that included live-human backpacks? Rick Owens swung the pendulum in the other direction this season and toned things down. Still, there were giant fluffy puffer blankets worn as coats and capes and fuzzy mohair gowns, plus some models’ emphasized the cocoon notion by wearing their hair in a helmet-like net that covered their faces (yes, this is

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 4, 2016

    Vionnet Fall/Winter 2016

    All the images from the Vionnet Fall/Winter 2016 collection. Stay tuned for the review…

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 3, 2016

    Balmain Fall/Winter 2016

    There is no shortage of women who want le look Kardashian, and Olivier Rousteing is banking on them. Granted, we’re not likely to see a ruffled lace bodystocking strolling down Madison Avenue or Rue St. Honoré anytime soon, but hey, who knows? As an homage to all things Kim, Balmain’s Fall ’16 collection gave prominent billing

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  • The Daily Front Row | March 3, 2016

    Chloé Fall/Winter 2016

    Coachella girls all grown up. Claire Waight Keller’s collection for Chloé is what we would imagine all the PYTs would be dressing like one day when the allure of dressing like a poster child for the modern day hippie wanes. The brand’s signature romantic ruffled gowns came adorned with flecks of feathers, lace trim, and folky prints.

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 2, 2016

    Maison Margiela Fall/Winter 2016

    A recurring theme on the runways this season is the idea of combining every trend, era, type of clothing, and hue, and stirring together until something wonderfully eccentric comes out. Hardly anyone is better suited for it than John Galliano, which is why it’s so fun to see what his mind comes up with for Maison

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 2, 2016

    Jacquemus Fall/Winter 2016

    Jacquemus’ collections always seem like a surreal fashion dream come to life. There were oversized suit jackets with enormous shoulders and no armholes, tops and tunics with elevated shoulder ties that seemed to suspend from the air, a dress attached to a shirt worn sideways like a sash, and so on. He even one-upped Versace’s now famous Gigi

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