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The irresistible analogy of Mary Katrantzou's latest collection was alchemy, the transmutation of base materials into something rare, precious and beautiful.
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Right Brain, Left Brain
11 March 2014
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Intricate embellishments, handiwork, and a well-rounded range of wardrobe options all added up to nuanced, dynamic season that pushed the Mary Katrantzou label forward, reports Nabil Aliffi.
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8 March 2013 • By Imran Amed
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