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...Graham Fraser and Richard Nott’s Spring / Summer 1995 show for Workers For Freedom was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection showcased dark colors in feminine cuts and fabrics such as chiffon with exaggerated black bows...
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...Graham Fraser's and Richard Nott's Autumn/Winter 1997 womenswear show for Workers For Freedom was presented at London Fashion Week. Their distinctive style was evident with flowing, feminine silhouettes. The show opened with a group...
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...Richard Nott and Graham Fraser's Spring/Summer 1988 collection for Workers For Freedoms was shown at London Fashion Week. This collection was influenced by 'the working man' and tells a story from morning to evening. It started with sleep...
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...Graham Fraser and Richard Nott's Autumn/Winter 1989 collection for Workers for Freedom was shown in London, and was one of the first produced by the designers after winning The Fashion Awards Designer of the Year in 1989. The first half...
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...Richard Nott and Graham Fraser’s Spring/Summer 1991 show for Workers for Freedom was presented at London Fashion Week. Key garments included kimono jackets, asymmetric ruffled and layered dresses, peg-leg pants, sleeveless cropped wrap...
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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...
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...Richard Nott's Spring/Summer 1989 collection for Workers for Freedom was shown at London Fashion Week. The label won the Designer of the Year award the same year. Key garments included tasseled jackets, A-line skirts, straw skirts, ruffled...
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...Richard Nott and Graham Fraser's Spring/Summer 1992 womenswear collection for Workers for Freedom was shown in London. The collection featured flowing designs across skirts and dresses alongside tailored ensembles which included details...