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21 June 2019
In order to better clarify his new vision for the brand, Kris Van Assche may need to trust his instincts more.
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1 April 2019
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19 January 2019
The collection was freewheeling but lacking cohesion. A few more months of study might help Kris Van Assche hone his recipe.
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Haider Ackermann is by nature a colorist and he proved it this season with a deft mix of formality and nonchalance.
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Haider Ackermann brought more of himself to his sophomore collection for the house, subtly infusing Berluti’s essence with drama and his signature loucheness.
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