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Shown on five groups of girls, the brand's twisted classics struck a winning balance between newness and familiarity.
11 January 2016
Inspired by 1960s science fiction, the designer made trippy, swirly fashion that was also easy to wear.
7 January 2016
The only focus of this Pre-Fall collection was good design.
7 January 2016
For Pre-Fall, the designer proposed a wardrobe of reimagined — but never boring — classics.
6 January 2016
For Pre-Fall, artistic director Julie de Libran presented classics with a flare.
21 December 2015
Designer Danielle Sherman offers tactility in her wares
18 December 2015
Always the agitator, Jonathan Anderson continues to provoke and intrigue for Pre-Fall.
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