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 Eight designers to join Moncler Genius superpower project  

Italian luxury coat and knitwear maker Moncler said on Wednesday it will tailor the pace of its collections to younger and more fickle customers with a speedier strategy reports Reuters.
Moncler signalled a change in November, ditching its two ready-to-wear catwalk clothing lines Gamme Bleu and Gamme Rouge and parting ways with its designers, designed by Thom Browne and Giambattista Valli, respectively.The Italian house will collaborate with eight new creative directors on several collections of its jackets and knitwear, cutting the time to get them into shops.
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Etro’s fluid summer blues 

Etro is a family affair. This season the Italian house introduced the Spring Summer 2018 menswear collection alongside the womenswear collection with Kean and Veronica Etro, brother and sister of the fashion dynasty, paying a tribute to 50th anniversary of the house.

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Red is love

Red is love

How to celebrate and pamper yourself this Valentine’s Day? Invest in red. With the red like fire accessories speaking of love this is our edit of accessories that speak of love for style.

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Kendall Jenner is Missoni’s latest muse under the sun

Kendall Jenner is Missoni's latest muse under the sun
Hailed as one of the season’s most stunning campaigns Missoni SS18 sees Kendall Jenner underneath the New Mexico sun. Lensed by Harley Weir the top model poses on location at the White Sands National Monument in Missoni’s signature pieces.

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Vogue Paris on the Virgil Abloh phenomenon

Vogue Paris on the Virgil Abloh phenomenon
“In just under ten years, he has gone from Kanye West’s stylist to founder and creative director of streetwear label Off-White” notes Vogue Paris on the influential fashion designer and all things style du jour Virgil Abloh.
The Chicago native Virgil Abloh studied as a civil engineer at the University of Wisconsin, followed by a masters in architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology. A long-term creative advisor to rapper Kanye West, Abloh launched his label, Off-White, in September 2013.

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Four jackets to score high

Four jackets to score high

From Lanvin’s carefully crafted zipped college bomber jacket to Off-White’s high-tech cotton blend and lambskin varsity jacket menswear embraces the college years with a win-win attitude.

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A beginner’s guide to JW Anderson bags

A beginner’s guide to JW Anderson bags
Established in 2008, JW Anderson is renowned for his androgynous, realistic but yet playful collections.
JW Anderson first showed on-schedule at London Fashion Week in 2008 with a menswear collection that garnered much critical acclaim. Celebrated for a distinctive aesthetic that blurs the lines between masculinity and femininity, JW Anderson presented its first stand-alone womenswear collection in 2010. The brand is considered at the forefront of pioneering fashion design and has received praise from critics and buyers worldwide. Having been the recipient of numerous industry awards: ‘The New Establishment Award’ 2013 and ‘Menswear Designer of the Year’ 2014, as well as recent investment from LVMH, JW Anderson takes a firm position as an emerging luxury brand.

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Raf Simons has his own vision of Americana and Calvin Klein 205W39NYC’s Spring 2018 campaign proves it. 

Raf Simons has his own vision of Americana and Calvin Klein 205W39NYC's Spring 2018 campaign proves it. 
Photographed by Willy Vanderperre the campaign features 20 models gathered in an abandoned barn — the same location as the #MyCalvins campaign reports Fashionista— to showcase Simons’s second collection for the label.

Pool sliders and how to wear them

Pool sliders and how to wear them
Athleisure is the word for fashion these past seasons therefore sliders (ideal for those pool swimming moments of yours) are the latest accessory the fashion houses embraced.

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Suzy Menkes on Azzedine Alaïa’s iconic exhibition

Suzy Menkes on Azzedine Alaïa’s iconic exhibition
“Even without Naomi Campbell walking, cat-like, down the runway, the dress she wore at Azzedine Alaïa’s final show in 2017 could only have been by the designer” writes renowned fashion editor Suzy Menkes on the breathtaking exhibition  ‘Azzedine Alaïa: “Je suis couturier”’ (“I am a couturier”).
“(This) is not just a homage to the designer who died so suddenly in November. There is a power to this exhibition of Alaïa’s work, which spanned nearly four decades, held in Paris’ Marais district in the building that was his studio, his store, his fashion-family kitchen and his home” notes Menkes for Vogue.

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