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The Spring Summer Collection Fashion Weeks has come to a close with Paris signing off in the most Parisian way possible, its elegance and utopian sets certainly gave the fashion week season a send off it truly deserved. We went through the Paris shows to give you our quick round up on the best looks from the French capital and of course the furs that hit the catwalk. Dior Maria Grazia Chiuri crafted a story of female empowerment and youthful eccentricity on the runway addressing...
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It was the fashion capital’s turn to showcase its Spring Summer collections and Milan certainly did not disappoint. The Italian city provided us an exploration of both the past and the future. Here is our quick recap on what you might have missed. Gucci There are few brands out there that can open a fashion week quite like Gucci. Its creative mastermind Alessandro Michele launched the week with a mixture of past and future elements gracing the illuminated purple runway that added an extra pop...
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Fur and shearling once again took centre stage across all four leading AW17 fashion weeks, with an estimated 67% of collections overall featuring the natural materials. This compares with last year’s AW collections when fur was seen in around 70% of all collections. Fur use is holding up despite pressure from animal rights organisations. From the oversized 70s throwback coats of Marc Jacobs to the soft longline pieces from Ryan Roche, New York Fashion Week saw 90 of 146 designers (62%) craft beautiful fur pieces....
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