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...Designer Fashion Reports, Autumn/Winter 1988. This compilation of London Fashion Week at Olympia presented the highlights and main themes from the shows on day one. Additionally, interviews were held with key designers such as John Flett...
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...Spring/Summer 1988 Compilation. This video gives an overview of the key trends and designers of the 1988 Spring/Summer season. Notable designers included Max Mara, Krizia, Gianni Versace, Christian Dior, Christian Lacroix, Chloe...
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...The Christian Dior Spring / Summer 1988 took place at Paris Fashion Week, and was one of Creative Director Marc Bohan's final shows for Dior, since his appointment in 1960. The show opens with a plethora of elegant, brightly colored...
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...Stephen Sprouse’s Autumn Winter 1988 ‘Signature’ collection runway show for his eponymous label took place at New York Fashion Week. For this collection the designer collaborated with artist Keith Haring to create a series...
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...Vivienne Westwood’s Autumn/Winter 1988 menswear and womenswear collection was shown at London fashion week, entitled ‘Time machine’. Westwood looked to the history of Britain and its iconic garments and used modern techniques and fabrics...
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...Giorgio Armani's Spring/Summer 1988 womenswear fashion show took place at Milan Fashion Week. The collection comprised of soft tailoring in muted color palette of grays, nudes, and creams, with occasional pops of color. Lightweight jackets...
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...Geoffrey Beene’s Autumn/Winter 1988 womenswear collection for his eponymous brand was shown during New York fashion week. The show featured a small number of looks with a focus on tailoring, mainly styled in two color ways giving...
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...The Autumn/Winter 1988 womenswear collection for the Callaghan brand took place at Milan Fashion Week. This collection explored a fusion of abstract layered ensembles which morphed into clean tailoring and simple evening wear. Oversized...
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...Muriel Grateau's Spring/Summer 1988 show for Complice took place in Milan and was a show made up of clear cut sections, such as mostly white outfits, black and white prints, and colorful ruched dresses. It featured well-known models...
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...Yohji Yamamoto’s Spring/Summer 1888 collection was shown at Paris Fashion Week. The collection encompassed Yohji Yamamoto’s Japanese heritage and ‘master tailoring’ through engineered asymmetric draping, nods to suiting, and careful...