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...Womenswear Trends Show, Autumn/Winter 1989. The video provides an overview of key collections for Autumn/Winter 1989. Notable designers included Chloe, Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, Thierry Mugler, Jean-Paul Gaultier and Christian Dior. Key...
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...Yohji Yamamoto’s 1989 Autumn/Winter womenswear collection took place at the Cour Carrée du Louvre, Paris, on March 16 1989, throughout Paris Fashion Week. This show followed Yamamoto’s initial design style of wanting women to wear men...
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...Gigi Monti’s Spring/Summer 1989 womenswear collection for Basile was shown at Milan Fashion Week and was executed with impeccable quality. Monti’s designs were masterfully cut in lavish fabrics with an easy wearability; rich wool suits...
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...Missoni's Spring/ Summer 1989 womenswear collection took place at Milan Fashion Week. This collection designed by Missoni's founders Rosita Missoni and Ottavio Missoni, featured primarily knitwear, with many models walking in pairs wearing...
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...Enrico Coveri’s Autumn Winter 1989 show took place at Paris Fashion Week and contained menswear, womenswear and children’s wear. The show began by featuring brightly colored and patterned outerwear and later ski-wear. The show...
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...Lolita Lempicka's Spring/Summer 1989 womenswear show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection had an elegant aesthetic, featuring tailored jackets and skirts with shoulder and hip pads. Tailored pieces were softened by loose...
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...Vivienne Westwood's Spring/Summer 1989 collection, 'Civilizade', was shown at London Fashion Week. This collection demonstrated Westwood's ability to incorporate a multitude of references within one show. Shoulder and elbow pads were made...
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...Betty Jackson's Autumn/Winter 1989 collection was shown at London Fashion Week. The show opened with a range of gray checked swing obi-belted coats with matching wide leg pants for women, similar styles were also presented in shades...
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...Dorothee Bis’s Autumn/Winter 1989 womenswear collection was shown at Paris fashion week. The collection included modest styles such as long skirts and tube dresses, and sweaters and tops with hoods in muted tones such as charcoal, burgundy...
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...Graham Fraser and Richard Nott’s Autumn/Winter 1989 collection for Workers for Freedom was shown at London Fashion Week. The show opened with a tiger's roar, setting the mood for tiger print-covered looks. Everything from shirts, through...