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...Nigel Preston’s Spring/Summer 1981 show for Maxfield Parrish was presented at London fashion week. Preston’s well-cut and crafted suede, sheepskin, and leather garments brought a sense of 70s casual to 80s dressing. Relaxed styles in soft...
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...The Fashion Collections Autumn/Winter 1981 show took place in London and presented womenswear from over 40 boutiques and independent designers. The highly-choreographed show grouped outfits by brand as well as mixing different designers...
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...Freemans's Spring/Summer 1981 show was presented at London Fashion Week. As a catalogue retailer, the collection was a mixture of menswear, womenswear, and kidswear. Clothing featured inspiration reminiscent of American summer pool...
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...Jaeger’s Spring/Summer 1981 collection was presented at London Fashion Week. The British company was most known for its knitwear and use of natural fibers, which featured heavily in this collection. The show began with blazers over white...
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...The Fashion Collections Autumn/Winter 1991 show took place in London and featured both menswear and womenswear. The show’s followed a standard structure with daywear throughout the show, ending in evening-wear and with a distinctive wedding...
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...The Famous Grouse Whiskey’s Spring/Summer 1981 show 'Famous Fashion' was presented at London Fashion Week. The shows main focus was performance: the models danced with props such as umbrellas. Designs were kept simple with standout pieces...
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...Zandra Rhodes’s Autumn/Winter 1981 show ‘The Renaissance/ Gold Collection’ was presented during London Fashion Week. The show consisted mainly of circular full-length dresses with elaborate beading, sequins, and embroidery in soft hues...
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...Jaeger's Autumn/Winter 1981 collection was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection showcased an array of evening and outwear in a variety of materials and mostly neutral, autumnal shades such as browns, beiges, and greens...
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...John Bates’ Autumn/Winter 1981 collection was shown in London and demonstrated an unshakable instinct for modern, cutting edge designs. For his label Jean Varon, Bates offered an array of show-stopping dress, both short or long, empire line...