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...Julien Macdonald's Autumn/Winter 1998 show was presented at London Fashion Week. The show was attended by Isabella Blow, wearing a lobster hat in the front row. It was the second collection for Macdonald, and exemplified the daring...
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...Julien Macdonald's Autumn/Winter 1999 show for his eponymous brand was presented at London Fashion Week. The show began with the glitz and exuberance typical of Macdonald. Glitter, sequins, diamanté, and bright colors including pink, blue...
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...Julien Macdonald's Autumn/Winter 2002 show for Givenchy was presented at Paris Fashion Week. His second collection as creative director of the brand, models such as Jacquetta Wheeler, Carmen Kass and Isabeli Fontana walked the runway...
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...Julien Macdonald’s Autumn/Winter 1999 show “Snow Business” was presented at London Fashion Week. Set in an icy tundra with a snow-covered runway, the show began with sculptural textured fringe garments along with floor-length turtleneck...
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...Julien Macdonald’s Autumn/Winter 2003 show for Givenchy was presented at Milan Fashion Week. This autumnal collection was dark and mysterious with slim coats worn as sleek carapaces that often-showed only part of the face, an aesthetic...
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...Julien Macdonald’s Spring/Summer 1998 womenswear show was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection was made up of beachwear, resort wear, and eveningwear. Key garments included double-breasted wrap jackets, crop tops, miniskirts...
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...Julien McDonald´s Spring/Summer 1999 show for his eponymous label was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection opened with tasseled and jeweled bikinis, metallic halter neck mini dresses, sheer tank tops, and balloon skirts, whilst...
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...Julien Macdonald’s Spring/Summer 2001 show for his eponymous brand was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection consisted mainly of womenswear along with a couple of menswear looks. The collection saw feminine and bodycon lines...
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...Julien MacDonald's Spring/Summer 2002 show was presented at London Fashion Week at the London Science Museum. The collection was confident, youthful, and glamorous with a fusion of styles: blouses with oversized sleeves, bloomers...

Koji Tatsuno

Designer biography

...Koji Tatsuno was born in Japan in 1964 and has worked in fashion since he visited London on an antiques dealing trip in 1982, where he gained recognition for shirts he had fashioned out of old kimonos. The self-taught Tatsuno has also...