Kunihiko Morinaga continued to play with optical illusions for fall, sending out looks that changed their colors and patterns upon contact with the runway’s ultraviolet spotlights.
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Anne Sofie Madsen’s fall lineup was as fractured as her soundtrack: She performed the visual equivalent of sampling with dresses made of everything from shoelaces to shell-like sculptures.
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Anthony Vaccarello beefed up his fall collection with a little help from the heartland, using his extensive American travels as inspiration.
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The young Frenchman took a primitive approach to dressing up with his fall collection.
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Fine fringe, on the hemlines of cropped pants or tracing geometric patterns on a dress or skirt, set the clock back by about 20 years.
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Despite its peaceful feel, Samuel Drira’s debut collection for the Bratislava, Slovakia-based label was anything but boring.
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The brand's fall collection came with a lot of business-driven news.
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A multicolored digital print and lots of pleats dominated Christine Phung’s lighthearted collection for fall. The contemporary silhouettes, mostly variations of different skirts and dresses, looked fun and wearable but failed to venture beyond the obvious.
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James Stammer, chief executive officer of PDC, wants brands to know that it’s hungry for new additions to the portfolio.
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Groupe Galeries Lafayette’s executive chairman has been named to the board of directors of the elite French business school.
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