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6 March 2014
Straight from Paris, BoF brings you the top shows from Wednesday 5th March: Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu.
5 March 2014
Despite the slightly perverse transparent plastic setting, Miuccia Prada's collection for Miu Miu was a rainbow of youthful, optimistic, and sweet-sporty pieces easily imagined on a range of young Hollywood starlets, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.
5 March 2014
In the most highly-anticipated show of the season, Nicolas Ghesquière blended his love of techno fabrics and angular cuts with the time-worn tradition of Louis Vuitton for a vision that was wholly modern, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.
Straight from Paris, BoF brings you the top shows from Tuesday 4th March: Valentino, Alexander McQueen, and Chanel
4 March 2014
Sarah Burton's vision for Alexander McQueen this season, while still dramatic and beautifully crafted, lacked some of the spark and boldness of seasons past, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.
Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli infused their romantic and prim vision of Valentino with energy in the form of geometric shapes and butterfly motifs, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.
Shimmering tweeds, sporty daywear ensembles, and inventive accessories combined for another season in which Karl Lagerfeld outdid himself, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.
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