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REVIEW: ROSIE ASSOULIN FALL WINTER 2018

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While for the past seasons, Rosie Assoulin earned a reputation of New York’s best place to shop for unpretentious eveningwear, the designer focused a bit more on daywear this time proving that Assoulin can do ready to wear.  Truth be told, the outerwear that Assoulin entwined into her collection was just a delight. The marble print – […]

REVIEW: CALVIN KLEIN FALL WINTER 2018

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Undoubtedly, Raf Simons‘ vision at Calvin Klein, which is so well executed, carefully thought out and most importantly, well financed. Bold in its aesthetic, the collection accumulated the creative director’s vision of the contemporary United States of America today. His strong adoration of the mass media, attention least tons of popcorn on the venue’s floor suggesting the urge for spotlight, eternal […]

REVIEW: VICTORIA BECKHAM FALL WINTER 2018

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Sunday’s Victoria Beckham show was sort of special – it didn’t only celebrate the label’s 10th anniversary, but as well it was the last show presented in New York as from September, Beckham will show at London Fashion Week. What you’ve seen 10 years ago in a Beckham collection, and what you see now, is diametrically, even […]

FIVE MINUTES WITH… DENNIS BASSO

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CT: Dennis, congratulations on the show you just previewed. Tell me more about your autumn winter 2018 collection. DB:This collection’s inspiration was based on the Dennis Basso woman of the past 35 years translating some of the iconic looks for the modern woman of 2018. CT: Talk me through your design process and how do […]