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Laurèl Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Laurèl Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2017

Laurèl new vision of the modern woman take sequins dresses with metallic high-top sneaker and thick-woven scarves and anoraks on camisoles and boxed park brocade trousers to cut silk with a carefree tone. “What we have seen today will be our new direction,” said chief designer of the brand, which is a “luxury sports collection” calling new customers to win.

Philomena Zanetti Ready to Wear Fall 2017

Philomena Zanetti

PHILOMENA ZANETTI is a high-end women’s clothing brand . The meeting point between ethics and aesthetics.The fashion house offers sustainable luxury goods, beautiful and unique. The designs are carefully designed and manufactured for high-quality clothing. PHILOMENA ZANETTI is for these modern women who appreciate fashion , feminine, beauty, exclusivity, quality, and sustainability.

Hermès Resort 2018

Hermès

Staying relevant while keeping the classic Hermès devotee happy is a delicate balancing act, but Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski had it covered in this broad collection. It was steeped in heritage codes that were given a fresh spin.

Ellie Saab Couture Fall 2017

Ellie Saab Couture Fall 2017

True to form, the Lebanese designer sent out a pageant of dresses—enough for a whole season of galas, weddings, and other lavish occasions. Pageantry was not far from Saab’s mind; his show notes imagined a fictional world of “fallen kings, defeated by a fearless and heroic sisterhood . . . bright and brave warrior queens they were, are, and forever will be.

Zuhair Murad Resort 2017

Zuhair Murad Resort 2017

An imaginary conversation between British photographer David Hamilton and French artist Henri Rousseau was the starting point for Zuhair Murad’s handcraft-intensive collection. The line split into innocent pastel concoctions in Chantilly lace, dotted plumeti tulle and macramé

Naeem Khan Resort 2018

Naeem Khan Resort 2018

When one thinks of an intricately beaded, or embroidered floral gowns, Naeem Khan comes to mind. He has mastered the art of luxurious eveningwear — but with an ever more casual reality. So it’s no surprise that the designer is flirting with more dressed down options for his jet-setting clientele.

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