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Kostas Murkudis Reinvents the Golden Age of Flight for Ter et Bantine F/W 2015

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

While inspiration can come from anywhere, its interpretation never has to be literal. For Ter et Bantine’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, designer Kostas Murkudis drew from the life of Sarla Thakral, India's first female aviator. The line...

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Piazza Sempione's Neutral Collection Stays Simple and Subtle for Fall/Winter 2015

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

There’s nothing quite like a neutral collection, especially if said collection takes its inspiration from the most eclectic of artists. In an unexpected juxtaposition, Piazza Sempione channeled Jackson Pollock’s work for Fall/Winter...

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Expect Severe Delays: Anya Hindmarch's F/W 2015 Collection Gets a Roadside Makeover

BY : Jessica Bibi Cooper | 2015

The invite to Anya Hindmarch’s show read “Expect Severe Delays” and it did just that, starting much later than its scheduled time. However, Anya Hindmarch is one of the most anticipated events on the London Fashion Week calendar:...

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That '70s Show: Erdem Takes Us Back To the Decade of Retro Gowns and Glamour

BY : Jessica Bibi Cooper | 2015

Whose house were we in? Inside Erdem’s A/W 15 show venue, Erdem Moralioğlu transported the audience back into the ‘70s. Guests shuffled onto an elaborate set, transformed to resemble a retro apartment, filled to the brim with wicker...

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Jasper Conran Offers a Literal Interpretation of Fall With a Leaf-Swept Runway

BY : Jessica Bibi Cooper | 2015

The Jasper Conran show at London Fashion Week promised something special. As soon as guests entered the venue at Somerset House, they were struck by the fascinating runway: old, crunchy leaves picked in their golden splendor filled the entire...

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Lie Sangbong's Oriental Ink Collection Focuses on Subtle Graphics for Fall 2015

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

For Fall 2015, the Lie Sangbong collection, Oriental Ink, was a beautiful, on-trend, step toward a seriously fashionable winter wardrobe. Using a color palette of black, white and red, the line was inspired by Asian aesthetics without ever making...

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David Neville and Marcus Wainwright Remember the '90s for Rag & Bone Fall 2015

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

In a move that broke away from last season’s washed out color palette and minimalistic looks, Rag & Bone’s David Neville and Marcus Wainwright opted for a ‘90s influence for Fall 2015. While most designers are showing...

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Tommy Hilfiger Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Fashionable Football Collection

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

As always, Tommy Hilfiger presented an on-point collection filled with collegiate style and Americana inspiration. It’s sort of his thing. And he’s been doing nothing but for the last 30 years. So to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the...

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Expect the Expected: Makoto Takada Plays It Safe for ICB's Fall 2015 Collection

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

It’s almost too easy to pass over ICB when talking about major labels during New York Fashion Week. The brand is not particularly popular, and in its 20 years of business, it’s been shuttered stateside for 10 of them. Even past creative...

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Mara Hoffman Uses the Force for Star Wars-Inspired Fall 2015 Collection

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

Personally, we enjoy reviewing Mara Hoffman’s runway collections—they never fail to spice up our day with a little color and fun. But lately Hoffman has been growing more serious, trading in her iconic rainbow colorways and beachside...

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ZoŽ Jordan Preps for Winter With an Icy, Glacial-Inspired Collection

BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

Inspired by a trip to the Alps, Zoë Jordan’s Fall 2015 collection is entitled Serac, the French-Swiss word for a “block or column of glacial ice.” And that’s exactly what was seen in her ready-to-wear presentation today....

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Josefinasí Blue Persian Salt Captures the Magic and Mysticism of the Middle East

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BY : Marissa Stempien | 2015

We want shoes. All the shoes. Wedges, pumps, flats, sandals, boots—we’re not picky. The latest brand we’re adding to our closets is Josefinas—most notably the pieces from their 1,001 Nights collection. Inspired by the mysticism and beauty of the Middle East, the line features four slippers—Babylon, Persia, Jordan and Blue Persian Salt. The latter of which, has captured our attention. These royal blue flats draw from the beauty of the rare, cobalt-hued mineral that is only found in northern Iran, in an area once belonging to the Persian Empire. Made by Portuguese master craftsmen, these flats are “walking art,” seamlessly blending beauty and beliefs from both the physical and spiritual worlds. Hand-embellished with blue topazes, the stones are believed to have “mystical properties of protection and luck” and hopefully, offer their wearer the same.

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