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PFW: Korsun Autumn – Winter 2016/17 Fashion Presentation

Presented at Hotel Westin during Paris Fashion Week, Korsun’s new ready-to-wear collection for Autumn/Winter 2016-17 brings volume, colour and proportion in focus. [Photography by Julien M. Hekimian, Getty Images] The brand’s designers imagined they were abstract artists working with clay or on canvas, and then transferred their ideas onto fabric, shades and silhouettes. The collection’s heroine appears sincere, cheerful and a little daring…

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Kate Spade New York Store Opening @ London Regent Street

Kate Spade New York is famous for its stylishly sweet and delightfully sugary fashion and accessories, and the new flagship store at London’s Regent Street could be no exception to this very distinctive prettiness of the brand. The store opening a few days ago featured the Sweet Suite edible art installation by Jennifer Rubell on the front window display, which had customers…

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LFW: Avant Premiere Designers’ Showcase

Avant Premiere hosted another intriguing Designers’ Showcase this London Fashion Week at the Ham Yard Hotel, where I had the opportunity to view promising collections from new fashion brands – and also chat with designers whose work I was already familiar with, about their latest news and collections.

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How to wear the new romantic style 2016

The new romantic style 2016 could be aptly described as romantic with a twist.  Luxurious dresses made of delicate fabrics, such as tulle, lace, silk and organza -rich in layers, contrasting textures and embellishments while featuring interesting reinterpretations of feminine classics such as frills, ruffles and Victorian corsets- are, of course, the base of any romantic look. Go for whites,…

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10 valuable life lessons from Paloma Suarez’s beautiful fashion creations

Spanish fashion designer Paloma Suarez has infused her beautiful designs for Spring Summer 2016 with valuable life wisdom. Fresh and artsy, dominated by grays, whites and pastels with a bold splash of red or yellow in some of the pieces, the collection IMpossible (notice the play on words?) was presented during the Mercedes Benz Madrid Fashion Week last autumn. IMpossible…

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