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  • Paige Reddinger | March 2, 2017

    Clare Waight Keller Bids Adieu at Chloé

    Clare Waight Keller presented her final collection for Chloé in Paris after six years at the French house. It wasn’t exactly a retrospective although there were plenty of nods to Chloé’s overall bohemian ’70s aesthetic complete with earthy-toned tie neck dresses, leather and plaid pea coats with fur collars, and Mary Janes that completed each look. And

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 1, 2017

    Paris Fashion Week: Days 1 and 2

    OLIVIER THEYSKENS Strict romance. Luc Besson’s ’90s era film La Femme Nikita provided the inspiration for Theyskens this season. But there were still plenty of the softer Victorian elements that so often play into Theyskens’ collections. There were fish-eye hook dresses, ruffled black mourning dresses, corsets, and light silk and chiffon dresses. Still, there is

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  • Paige Reddinger | March 1, 2017

    Saint Laurent Fall/Winter 2017

    Anthony Vaccarello is taking flight at Saint Laurent. The show opened with giant shearling-lined winged leather gloves that adorned sexy one-shouldered leather party dresses. The gloves are an editorial dream and the dresses are the kind of numbers made for Vaccarello’s leggy front-row cool girls like Anja Rubik, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Amber Valletta, and Eva Herzigová.

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 28, 2017

    Milan Fashion Week Comes to an End: The Best of the Runway

    TOD’S A living sculpture by artist Thomas de Falco featuring models wrapped in leather and Naomi Campbell perched in the front as the centerpiece opened the show at Tod’s. The art installations pre-show at Tod’s are meant to highlight the house’s history of leather-making—last Fall, Karlie Kloss was the center of the performance as she was

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 24, 2017

    Jeremy Scott’s Material Girls for Moschino Fall/Winter 2017

    From trash to treasure! Jeremy Scott turned fashion waste into fashion gold this season by spinning cardboard boxes, dry cleaning hangers and bags, garbage bags, duct tape, and magazine tears into clothing. Why not wear every bit of the fashion process? Scott, of course, is a master at transforming everyday products into fashion fixations. Everything from

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 23, 2017

    The Best of Milan Fashion Week Days One and Two

    Milan Fashion Week is in full swing. Here, a roundup of the best looks from days one and two, from Emilio Pucci’s wild prints and Fausto Puglisi’s provocative popes to setting sail with Alberta Ferretti! Emilio Pucci “Glamour, bling, move, and swing! Glam with a Pucci slam,” read the show notes. This was a very Pucci collection,

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 23, 2017

    Prada Fall/Winter 2017

    Teenage Wasteland! Guests at Prada were invited to sit on benches interspersed with shaggy pink beds, which also served as chairs for some, and walls were plastered with posters. Welcome to the world of Gen Xers—the women who were fighting for equal rights, burning their bras, and being influenced by trailblazers like Gloria Steinem. Prada’s

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 22, 2017

    Gucci ‘Animalium’ Fall/Winter 2017

    Fashion’s grand wizard, Alessandro Michele, whipped up another fascinating collection for Gucci this season. In Gucci’s garden there grew red poppies on silk-cropped pants, pink peonies on a Chinese red dress, roses on a men’s unitard, and wildflowers that adorned the hem of an evening gown. Roaming the grounds were a cast of creatures for

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 21, 2017

    Marques Almeida Fall 2017

    The eye-popping graphics in Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida’s collection this season were inspired by Malian photographer Malick Sidibé’s black-and-white images of ’60s culture in Bamako, Mali. The photographs featured stylish Malians in mostly intricate prints set against striped or checked backdrops. Sidibé passed away in April of last year. Marques ‘ Almeida’s interpretation of the famous

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  • Paige Reddinger | February 21, 2017

    Artist Henry Moore Inspires Christopher Bailey’s Burberry Spring/Summer 2017 Show

    English sculptor Henry Moore’s monumental bronze sculptures served as inspiration for Christopher Bailey’s second see now, buy now collection for Burberry. But Bailey didn’t only use Moore’s ideas as inspiration for new sculptural shapes at Burberry, he also used Moore’s actual sculptures and interspersed them throughout the runway. As you might imagine, that must have

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