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...The Collection in Context Presented in Paris, the Japanese designer’s show featured what one would expect in an utterly wintery wardrobe: warm and puffy coats, chunky sweaters and cardigans, as well as enveloping scarves and comfortable...
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...Amalgamated Talents Spring/Summer 1985 show was shown during London Fashion Week and featured the work of twelve designers, with each designer showing a distinct aesthetic. Both menswear and womenswear were shown in the collection...
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...Design Studio’s Autumn/Winter 1985 show took place at London fashion week and featured casual daywear for both men and women. Silhouettes were kept loose, asymmetric, androgynous, and oversized, whilst an array of floral, checked...
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...United Colors of Benetton’s Spring/Summer 1985 collection, titled "The Benetton Extravaganza", was shown at London Fashion Week. The United Colors of Benetton was co-founded by brothers Gilberto, Luciano, Carlo and sister Giuliana...
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...The Fashion Week Promotion Tape is compilation of British fashion designers' Autumn/Winter 1985 collections. The most notable show is John Galliano’s which featured jackets with extra-long sleeves trailing to the ground, unusual headpieces...
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...Betty Jackson’s Spring/Summer 1985 show for her eponymous brand took place at London Fashion Week. Jackson presented a collection of mainly womenswear pieces, with a handful of menswear ensembles. This could have been an introduction...
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...David and Elizabeth Emanuel’s Autumn/Winter 1985 show for Emanuel took place at London fashion week. The show presented a 1920s inspired collection demonstrated by the use of cloche hats, drop waists, calf-length hems and deep plunging...
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...Bill Gibb’s Autumn/Winter 1985 collection was shown at London Fashion Week and emphasized a darker dichotomy to his preceding Spring/Summer collection. As a homage to the cultural exploration that embodied the 1980s’, Gibb referenced his...
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...The Hyper Hyper Designer Collections Autumn/Winter 1985 show took place at London Fashion Week, and included designers such as Pam Hogg, Rachel Auburn, Andrea Sargeant for Ghost, and Tracey Brent for Brent/Oakley, all of whom were sold...
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...Zandra Rhodes’s Spring/ Summer 1995 womenswear show ‘Images of Women’ was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection drew influences from both 1920’s layered gowns and Hollywood glamour, which was enhanced by the models smooth...