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SOE Jakarta Autumn/Winter 2018 collection ‘The Unexplored Woman’

SOE Jakarta’s Autumn/Winter 2018 collection ‘The Unexplored Woman’ was heavily influenced by the life, style and work of American artist Georgia O’Keefe. The creative director and designer Monique Soeriaatmadja were inspired by the juxtaposition between the artist’s personal androgynous monochrome style and the vibrant and colourful paintings she produced.

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Day 3 LFW Esther Kubisz, Cimone, Luke Anthony Rooney, and House of Mea

I found getting out of bed on a Sunday early in the morning to be the most difficult, so I slept in instead. With luck though, when I did awaken and get out of the house, the first show of the day that I headed to was Cimone, which gave its audience a fantasy of past extravagance, paying homage to Alexander McQueen and religious catholic references.

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Boo Pala 'Symbols and Treasures' at London Fashion Week

Tactile embroideries and watercolored textiles were dipped in citrusy hues of punchy reds, lemon yellows, and soft greens and blues. Boo Pala's latest collection "Symbols and Treasures" were colorful with subtle surrealist moments and boldly stood out against a simple white drop cloth with assorted fruits and tableware remniscent of the Czecho-slovakian new wave film 'Daisies'. 

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In the life: London Fashion Week '16 with Olivia Loeke Keelor! Part 2

as if by a magical zap of a laser beam I was in a space ship being taken to Clio Peppiatt’s planet of cosmic creation. Clio’s clothes are fun! The kitsch disco 70’s prints teamed with the ‘Jawbreaker’ high school vibe. Made me feel like a privileged partygoer…even the models were dancing with me! Clio is becoming noted for her leather mini skirt suits and psychedelic furs. And my god to do I want one.

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Clio Peppiatt A/W 15: Back the Attack. The Parkey Posey Party Girl collection.

Encapsulating the essence of street smarts and devilishly fashionable 90's New York It girl Mary in Party girl, Clio Peppiat's clothes have major levels of fun, vibrancy, and sexy girlish womanhood. Supple leather mini's with mascara laden eyes, sequins, and candy coated furs for any woman who likes to have fun. 

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Daniela Barros: Bringing deconstruction to officewear

You can see glimmers of the classic office staples inside these dismantled pieces by Portuguese designer Daniela Barros. Run of the mill corporate colors of camel, white and navy with executive pinstripes become interesting and odd in voluminous blazers, skewed pencil skirts, asymmetrical shirt dresses and cut up skirt trousers.

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Style Snap: Avante coat and cerebral sartorialism

Eyed Alexandra Moura's textured and dimensional coat and had to snap her up. Not only is she a snappy dresser but come to find out she was the designer who created her amazing coat. She's from Lisbon, Portugal and creates conceptual clothes for the human who loves clothes but steers far away from trends and looking "fashiony". Our kind of woman. You must check out her clothes and read the inspiration behind each collection. Quite surprising.

 

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