• Roland Mouret RTW Spring 2019

    5 days ago - By WWD

    Roland Mouret is evolving. “I've been going through a phase, as a designer who has had a strong moment in his career because of a silhouette, how do you move on to a new silhouette? To really move on, you have to deconstruct silhouette to create a new one,” he told WWD. “It's been 13 years since I did the Galaxy dress. I chose my box, I defined it, and it's nice now to come out of it and choose another box.”
    This re-education, which began last season, has led him back to the kind of things he was doing pre-Galaxy: exploring a fluidity that has allowed him to redefine his “relationship to...
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  • Fashion East RTW Spring 2019

    5 days ago - By WWD

    Charlotte Knowles, Yuhan Wang and Asai's A Sai Ta served up a combination of experimental and tongue-in-cheek designs at the Fashion East showcase, where utilitarian silhouettes, string bikinis and girly details poked fun at stereotypical female codes.
    Knowles opened the show with a red corseted number that had a halter-neck bikini attachment, which laid out the foundation to her spring collection. A sea-lion printed dress, which looked like it was made out of bikinis, fitted leggings and Lycra shorts with leg ties all riffed off the two-piece swimwear. These hyper-feminine pieces were...
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