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Iris van Herpen Spring 2015 RTW
Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen revealed 3D-printed garments and accessories "grown" with magnets during her ready-to-wear...
Céline Spring 2015 RTW
The opening melody of “This Women’s Work” by iconic Kate Bush set a tone-setter for Céline’s Spring/Summer....
Comme des Garçons Spring 2015 RTW
In Paris, there is a “trending” prêt-à-porter concept amongst the many shows till now. And Comme des Garçons is one of the many...
Yohji Yamamoto Spring 2015 RTW
If Margiela lingered on subtle erogenous, Yohji Yamamoto took the higher road. “I wanted it to be sexy!” and what...
Maison Martin Margiela Spring 2015 RTW
Maison Martin Margiela was slightly on the tip of subtlety this time round. With two major annual collections to star,...
Issey Miyake Spring 2015 RTW
The Japanese couture house is in session. At Issey Miyake, it was the fleeting of free-form clouds. The need to create...
Loewe Spring 2015 RTW
As Jonathan Anderson receives a warm welcome in the industry under Loewe, this fashion house underwent a tremendous...
Balenciaga Spring 2015 RTW
8 p.m. sharp. Palais de Tokyo. Paris Fashion Week Day 1. What other best way to get the shows rolling other than with the house...
Dries Van Noten Spring 2015 RTW
There seems to be nothing wrong to take a quick Midsummer’s Night trip down the woods in the midst of a busy Parisian...
Marni Spring 2015 RTW
What better way to spend the halt of Milan Fashion Week than celebrating Marni’s 20th year of fame? Marni designer,...
Prada Spring 2015 RTW
It was a brocade blockbuster at Signora Prada’s catwalk in Milan’s Via Antonio Fogazzaro, for their Spring/Summer...
Fendi Spring 2015 RTW
Monsieur Lagerfeld did not disappoint Fendi-lovers. Nor the rest of the industry for that matter. How could he, with...
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