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Hervé Léger Spring 2015

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Dishing up their signature fare, Lubov and Max Azria kept the silhouettes at Hervé Léger body-con and very feminine. But there weren’t just pretty bandage dresses to peek at; the inspiration this season were strong Japanese female warriors, who oftentimes fought alongside the samurai. Thus, hemlines were longer and necklines were a bit more modest as well. Not only did the collection exude strength; it offered up a refreshing translation of Japanese culture, and we have to say, the Hervé Léger kimono is really chic. Elsewhere, power was enforced through woven dresses with little metal clasps or a heavily embellished pale pink frock, with studs and laces tracing a feminine shape. Take the Azria’s word for it: power can be very pretty.

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