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Designer Emma Cook's vision of the Escada woman is sexy and cool, empowered yet relaxed.
Emma Cook's first collection focused on elevating Escada's house codes of tailoring, evening and shearling.
Niall Sloan channeled the message that women should not be confined by stereotypes of beauty.
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Niall Sloan channeled the brand's amusing beginning and archives into a collection underscored by ease.
Niall Sloan looked to the night sky for inspiration in ways ranging literal to abstract.
Niall Sloan launched a strong collection, balancing the quieter side of power dressing against bold color and…
The collection was a mix of classic men's wear-inspired items with bold, signature prints.
A focus on bold, unusual colors got unwieldy at times.
Isabella Rossellini was the seasonal muse.
Escada's fall lineup was divided into modernized Hitchcock ladies and chic executives.
Perpetually polished Hitchcock women were an appropriate inspiration for the pre-fall collection.
In this collection inspired by Africa, the focus was on handcrafted details rather than tribal prints.
David Hockney's pool paintings inspired the lineup.
Daniel Wingate reiterated Escada's premise as a "sporty luxury" house with a fall collection focused on…
Artist Aleksandra Ekster inspired the Escada pre-fall collection.
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