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At the heart of her show were modest clothes designed to protect women — a concept pertinent to the current climate.
20 September 2017
The success of Roksanda Ilincic's business suggests that there are plenty of women who take her work as a licence to indulge their own flair for the fantastic.
31 August 2017
31 August 2017 • By Osman Ahmed
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21 February 2017
Roksanda Ilincic’s show began with a touching tribute to her late friend and peer, Richard Nicoll — a single look, in his eponymous blue.
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The designer mixed lustrous, plump hues with poignant delicacy and incredible lightness, but her silhouettes were a little clumsy.
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22 February 2016
The designer tapped into the dreamlike fantasy popular elsewhere this season, but her signature optimism, colour and graphic clarity were missing.
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