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...Often referred to as “Italy’s poet designer,” Romeo Gigli is recognized for making his mark by going against the grain of fashion excesses in the 1980s that the decade is so famed for. He has often been compared to Paul Poiret and Christian...
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...Romeo Gigli's Spring/Summer 1995 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Gigli took inspiration from cave paintings, which were used as prints on one sleeve jackets, wide leg pants, and coats. Geometric prints, polka dots, and tie-dye...
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...Romeo Gigli's Spring/Summer 1993 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Models walked the runway in experimental yet classic and elegant garments. Cold-shoulder, loose fit, or cut-out blazers were worn with high neck shirts with mandarin...
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...Romeo Gigli's Autumn/Winter 1996 show was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Models walked down a U-shaped catwalk covered in tapestry, predominantly showcasing a variety of outerwear. Coats came to the knee or calf, straight, A-line...
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...Romeo Gigli's Autumn/Winter 1999 show was presented at Milan Fashion Week. The collection placed an emphasis on layering and textures, and included single-breasted blazers, maxi-length jackets and thigh-length cardigans worn over turtleneck...
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...Callaghan's 1989 Autumn/Winter womenswear collection took place at Milan Fashion Week and was designed by Romeo Gigli. The collection was the first that followed the tenure of one of Callaghan's most prominent designers, echoing his most...
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...Romeo Gigli’s Autumn/Winter 1990 womenswear show took place at Paris Fashion Week. Architecture and Gigli's passion for travel to locations such as India and China were the main inspiration for this collection. Gigli played with cuts...
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...Romeo Gigli's Spring/Summer 1990 collection was presented during Paris Fashion Week. The collection was heavily influenced by a baroque theme, with rich jewel-hued colors on voluminous bubble silhouettes and asymmetric wrap tops in ruched...
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...Romeo Gigli’s Spring/Summer 1991 womenswear collection was shown in Paris and demonstrated a nuanced interpretation of various artistic eras. Set on the streets of Paris, Gigli combined the somberness of abstract expressionism...
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...Romeo Gigli's Spring/Summer 1998 show was presented at Milan Fashion Week and set to a soundtrack which mixed operatic and modern techno pieces. A display of soft femininity and light, breezy looks with key pieces including classic...