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...Caroline Charles’s Spring/Summer 1989 show for her eponymous label was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection began with brightly colored skirt-suits and pant-suits in fuchsia, jade green, sky blue and pale yellow, all featuring...
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...Caroline Charles’s Autumn/Winter 1994 show for her eponymous brands was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection opened with a series of black leather coats, black lace A-line skirts and dresses, and black bralettes, which were worn...
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...Caroline Charles's Spring/Summer 1995 show was presented at London Fashion Week. Charles retained her own personal aesthetic with boxy silhouettes and practical British daywear with a focus on lavish fabrics with easy wearability, her...
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...Caroline Charles's Spring/Summer 1982 womenswear show was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection opened with a variety of brightly colored horizontal striped wrap and tired skirts, cropped tops and loose-fitting pants worn...
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...Caroline Charles's Spring/Summer 1991 collection for her eponymous label was presented at London Fashion Week. Models walked the runway in pairs or larger groups in identical looks that were rendered in different fabrics, or in varying...
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...Caroline Charles’s Autumn/Winter 1990 womenswear show took place at London Fashion Week. The collection featured classically tailored pieces, such as overcoats, blazers, and pencil skirts with contemporary twists (oversized shawl collars...
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...Caroline Charles' Autumn/Winter 1990 collection was shown at London Fashion Week. The collection included fabrics such as velvet and brocade, alongside paisley and check prints. Garments included tailored jackets, skirts and blouses...
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...Caroline Charles’s Spring/Summer 1982 show took place at London Fashion Week. The themes of the show were summer activities such as going to the beach, taking a stroll, playing croquet, playing tennis and going shopping. Garments included...
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...Caroline Charles’s Spring/Summer 1996 womenswear show was presented at London Fashion Week. The show featured a car at the back of the runway and opened with a range of tailoring including varying cuts of blazers and jackets matched...
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...Caroline Charles’s Autumn/Winter 1996 show was presented at London Fashion Week. The collection had a classical feel with a heavy focus on tailoring in the first part, which transitioned into a more youthful and casual feel later...