The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.
September 26, 2016
• WWD Staff
Lars Nilsson, Hélène Hellsten Putting Swedish Design First
NEW YORK -- Modern Swedish design of the last century was influenced by Josef Frank, an Austrian transplant who created hundreds of unique fabric patterns. Now Lars Nilsson, the Swedish designer at the helm of that quintessentially American label,...
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Front row at @fendi: @elliegoulding was at the show, fresh off releasing the finale song for the latest Bridget Jones flick. "I grew up with Bridget Jones and it was exciting and fun to work on the song. It's a fun and amazing character and I can relate to her." - Goulding #MFW
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