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17 September 2017
If the collection’s archness was distancing, it struck one genuine chord with the designer’s tribute to soon-to-close Colette.
21 April 2017
23 March 2017
23 March 2017 • By Christopher Morency
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
20 February 2017
Hindmarch is surely London fashion’s greatest impresario, making a mountain out of the portable version of a molehill.
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Video games last season, geometry this: Anya Hindmarch's ability to find poetry and humour in the mechanical is becoming something of a calling card.
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29 February 2016
Computers gave Anya Hindmarch all sorts of ideas, starting with a spectacular set composed of 120 metre-square cubes which came to life, moved around, then retreated into a pulsing dream state.
11 February 2016
11 February 2016 • By Christopher Morency
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