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Prada release SS16 ad campaign

Italian fashion brand Prada have unveiled their SS16 womenswear advertising campaign, dubbing it an “investigation into cynical revolution, fragmenting and layering the decades of the past to refigure them into...
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Miu Miu releases SS16 ad campaign

Miu Miu, the Italian women’s clothing and accessory brand from the Prada fashion house, has released their SS16 ad campaign, shot by Prada photographer of choice, the famed Steven Meisel, and featuring four exc...
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Gucci launches SS16 ad campaign

Developing their realigned brand identity even more significantly Italian fashion brand Gucci has unveiled their latest SS16 ad campaign. Relocating to the current cultural centre of creative freedom – Berlin, ...
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In the final analysis

It was a season that saw some designers saying a new hello to the fashion pack (Peter Copping’s debut as creative director at Oscar de la Renta), some bidding adieu (Alexander Wang at Balenciaga) and some forgo...
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PFW SS16: Miu Miu

Miuccia Prada’s show for Miu Miu presented models as little girls playing dress up in their grandmother‘s closet as they dressed in kitschy gear which combined both grandmother’s retro wardrobe gathered over th...
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PFW SS16: Céline

Phoebe Philo keeps on reinventing the house of Céline and we can never know what to expect from the next collection. For SS16 the Céline woman was travelling to a warm land far away and Philo packed her everyth...
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PFW SS16: Chanel

Karl Lagerfeld never does things by halves, and his ready-to-wear Chanel runways are as anticipated for their film-set locations as they are the clothing itself. This week’s SS16 show took us to Chanel Airlines...
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PFW SS16: Valentino

The Valentino show for SS16 had its quiet moments with simple dresses in black or neutral colours but for most part it was pretty wild as the designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli were so clearly...