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...Ann Demeulemeester’s Autumn/Winter 1999 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Demeulemeester's pared-down aesthetic combined rough edges with more traditionally cut tailoring. Her minimalist designs were complex, with her signature...
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...Ann Demeulemeester’s Spring/Summer 2000 show for her eponymous brand was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Typical of the designer's individual style, looks were casual and androgynous. Garments included loose-fitting pants, signature black...
...Ann Demeulemeester was born in Kortrijk, Belgium in 1959 and studied fashion at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp from 1978 to 1981. On graduating she worked for six years as a freelance designer for international ready-to-wear men...
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...Ann Demeulemeester’s Autumn/Winter 1997 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. With its blend of drapery and tailoring, this collection demonstrated the androgyny and asymmetry that characterized Demeulemeester’s designs. The collection...
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...Ann Demeulemeester’s Spring/Summer 1997 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The show began with Patti Smith’s song ‘Spell’, where the singer repeated the word ‘Holy’ throughout; reflected in tank tops worn by both male and female...
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...Ann Demeulemeester’s Spring/Summer 1996 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. This show continued Demeulemeester’s exceptional skill of creating monochromatic tailoring for both men and women, beginning with black tailored suits...
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...Ann Demeulemeester’s Autumn/Winter 1996 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The show began with black deconstructed tailoring for women in monochromatic tones which opened up to colors such as red, purple, magenta, and sage green...
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...Ann Demeulmeester’s Spring/Summer 1997 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. The collection encompassed Demeulmeester’s focus on silhouettes and featured her well known ‘hints of emotion and emphasis on sexuality’. Womenswear featured...