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santinozafiro:

Jeremy SCOTT Sunday Times UK feature with Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, Mademoiselle Yulia, and Leigh Lezark

santinozafiro:

Jeremy SCOTT Sunday Times UK feature with Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, Mademoiselle Yulia, and Leigh Lezark
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mario-sorrenti:

Vogue Paris October 2013
"Extrême"
Model: Saskia de Brauw
Stylist: Emmanuelle Alt

mario-sorrenti:

Vogue Paris October 2013"Extrême"Model: Saskia de BrauwStylist: Emmanuelle Alt
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Fashion Consultant Yasmin Sewell, after Balmain (and Carven!), Paris, February 2014.

(Source: vanessajackman.blogspot.com, via keroiam)


Fashion Consultant Yasmin Sewell, after Balmain (and Carven!), Paris, February 2014.
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strapazzolli:

© Kasia Bielska / The Lab Magazine.

(via theyoungchad)

strapazzolli:

© Kasia Bielska / The Lab Magazine.
aboltofblueblog:

via 
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blackfashion:

 ”I design differently because I am Patrick Kelly, and Patrick Kelly is black” - Patrick Kelly

Paris-based women’s wear designer and a founder of the fashion house Patrick Kelly Paris. Kelly achieved his greatest commercial success in the late 1980’s and in 1988 Kelly became both the first American and the first person of color to be admitted as a member of the Chambre syndicale du prêt-à-porter des couturiers et des créateurs de mode. Kelly’s designs frequently incorporated bright colors, were often embellished with ribbons and buttons and suggested a sense of whimsy and joy while sometimes addressing difficult issues of race. He was known to walk the runway in baggy overalls and used a large spray paint heart as the background to his fashion shows. Kelly died at age 35 on New Years day 1990.

blackfashion:

 ”I design differently because I am Patrick Kelly, and Patrick Kelly is black” - Patrick Kelly
Paris-based women’s wear designer and a founder of the fashion house Patrick Kelly Paris. Kelly achieved his greatest commercial success in the late 1980’s and in 1988 Kelly became both the first American and the first person of color to be admitted as a member of the Chambre syndicale du prêt-à-porter des couturiers et des créateurs de mode. Kelly’s designs frequently incorporated bright colors, were often embellished with ribbons and buttons and suggested a sense of whimsy and joy while sometimes addressing difficult issues of race. He was known to walk the runway in baggy overalls and used a large spray paint heart as the background to his fashion shows. Kelly died at age 35 on New Years day 1990.
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furples:

Gareth Pugh Spring 2013
Paris Fashion Week 

(via thatmodelgirl)

womensweardaily:

A visual from French Connection’s 
fall ad campaign.
Photo by Courtesy
midnight-sun-rising:

THIS. 
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