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...Tanya Sarne Spring/Summer 1993 womenswear collection for Ghost was shown at London Fashion Week. Sarne used cotton and silk to construct simple yet elegant and modern garments for the glamorous woman. Maxi cardigans with ruffled floral...
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...Tanya Sarne’s Autumn/Winter 1998 show for Ghost was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection exemplified Sarne’s iconic reprisal of vintage silhouettes, often manipulating crêpe, chiffon, satin, and georgette designs into distorted...
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...Amy Roberts and Tanya Sarne's Spring/Summer 2002 collection for Ghost was presented at London Fashion Week. In the summer collection, the brand presented a palette of ice cream pastel chiffon dresses, skirts and tailoring with floral...
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...Tanya Sarne for Ghost's womenswear and menswear Spring/Summer 1990 collection was shown at London Fashion Week. Set to remixed dance music, the collection was inspired by ease of movement, with cotton as the material in focus. The first...
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...Tanya Sarne’s Autumn/Winter 1999 collection for Ghost was presented at London Fashion Week. Typical for a Ghost collection, use of fabric was key, with traditional fashions woven from viscose yarns with a fluid, crêpe-like texture...
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...Tanya Sarne's Autumn/Winter show for Ghost was presented at New York Fashion Week. Ghost was known for its fluid silhouettes and draped fabrics and in this clip of the show Sarne presented the brand's signature slip dresses in white...
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...Tayna Sarne’s Autumn/Winter 1993 womenswear show for Ghost was shown in London. The collection offered a balance between the fluid, feminine silhouette of summer wear and rich autumnal fabrics such as quilted satin, velours, and soft...
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...Tanya Sarne's Spring/Summer 1994 show for Ghost was presented at London Fashion Week. Shown in the same year that the company opened its first shop in London, the brand’s signature look of flowing fabrics and loose cuts was prominent...
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...Tanya Sarne’s Autumn/Winter 1994 show for Ghost was presented at New York Fashion Week. It featured a mixture of daywear and evening wear in feminine silhouettes and layered styles, with knit tops and cardigans, bishop-sleeved shirts...
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...Tanya Sarne’s Spring/Summer 1995 show for Ghost was presented at New York fashion week. The collection predominantly featured Ghost’s signature style: a loose layered cut combined with bias cut hems and silky fabrics. There was an emphasis...