Tag Archives: SS19

JOYOUS SHADES OF YELLOW AND PINK FOR A.P.C

Posted on by Cameron Tewson

Jean Touitou‘s A.P.C. has been around for more than 30 years, but it surprisingly still feels like a young, niche brand – with dozens of stores worldwide. This season it seemed that the brand’s founder wanted do something a bit more mature and visible than an intimate presentation in the headquarters. He came up with quite big […]

PERSONAL FEATURES MATCHED THE MODELS AT MIU MIU BY MIUCCIA

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For Miuccia Prada, femininity isn’t just pretty. At both, Prada and Miu Miu, the designer surprisingly kept the lengths short this season, but not overly saccharine. But it was Miu Miu’s spring-summer 2019 collection that felt not just relevantly feminine, but real. I might even call it my favourite dispatch from the entire Paris fashion week. ‘Cracked’ frocks with […]

SHALLOW AND MONOTONOUS MOVE BY SLIMANE AT CELINE

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I think we all knew that it would never be as perfect as Phoebe Philo’s Céline. With her impact, her vision and her understanding of women, she’s irreplaceable at this maison. But to my own regret, I had a silly thought that maybe, maybe, two years of fashion hiatus lets a designer… develop? Progress? But […]

BOHO WITHOUT CLICHE, RAMSAY-LEVI LEADS SPRING 2019 CHLOE

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Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s third runway season for Chloé was a lot different from the first two, but felt distinctly like her. That’s already a sign – this woman has her own, complex style that she develops and develops, without losing some sort of personal idiosyncrasy. For spring-summer 2019, the designer investigated her more eclectic aesthetic. Think breezy, summery […]