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#MFW2018! Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Opening their fall-winter 2018 show with handbags on drone, Dolce & Gabbana focused on technology for their presentation made during Milan Fashion Week. After a procession of drones, real models hit the catwalk wearing designs with religious motifs. Using phrases like ‘Fashion Sinner’, ‘Fashion Devotion’ or ‘Fashion is Beauty’, Dolce & Gabbana references Catholicism with their glamorous…

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#MFW18! Fendi Autumn/Winter 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Prada brings bold neon hues to the forefront for its fall-winter 2018 collection presented during Milan Fashion Week. Designer Miuccia Prada looked to the night for inspiration, with jet black looks juxtaposed against a vibrant palette. Oversized coats paired with ladylike dresses and sheer, tulle layering created ladylike ensembles. The color palette includes green, pink, orange, green and…

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#MFW18! Gucci Autumn/Winter 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Gucci kicked off Milan Fashion Week in typical eccentric style as models carried replicas of their own heads on a runway transformed into a creepy operating room. Suspense had already been building for the show by Gucci’s star creative director Alessandro Michele due to the invitations — orange timers which counted down to the event…

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#LFW18! Victoria Beckham Autumn/Winter 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection

Victoria Beckham channeled her love of contemporary art into this soft-edged, colorful collection that was inspired by the colors and creations of Jean-Michel Basquiat and David Hockney. “I’m always inspired by contemporary art, and I think that you can feel that when you look at some of the prints. There’s also a bit of a…

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#LFW18! Richard Quinn Autumn/Winter 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection

The stakes were high at Richard Quinn’s fall 2018 catwalk presentation. The up-and-coming designer showed his new collection to an audience that included the Queen of England, who was there to award him the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design, in recognition of his creative talent and contribution to the fashion community. Even…

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