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  • Peer through Rahul Mishra’s spring/summer 15 kaleidoscope

    Last February, Indian designer Rahul Mishra won over Tim Blanks, Franca Sozzani, Angelica Chueung, Frida Giannini, Colin McDowell and Alexa Chung to receive the International Woolmark Prize, and his spring/summer 15 collection didn’t disappoint either.

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  • miu miu spring/summer 15 is for the girls

    As the soundtrack to John Waters' film Female Trouble echoed through the vaulted arches revealing Mrs Prada’s inspiration for the collection, it was the movie’s protagonist – a troubled teenage criminal played by Divine – and her representation of girls gone wild, which provided the debauched backdrop for Miu Miu’s coming-of-age spectacular.

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  • The Business of Fashion 500 answer: what is your favourite thing about fashion?

    Fashion is a world where every fleeting moment is spent finding perfection in the chaos and the price of admission is nothing less than everything you’ve got… The Business of Fashion 500 have given their all, experienced and reached the top, but they’re all still producing an endless stream of incredible work, so we ask, what keeps them in it? What gets them out of bed in the morning? What do they love about working in fashion?

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  • The Business of Fashion 500 answer: What is your most embarrassing moment in fashion?

    They might be the crème de la crème of the fashion industry today, but just because they’re clever, talented and beautiful doesn’t mean the journey there was smooth. Spilling water over your interviewee, faceplanting the runway mid-show, getting names wrong, being unfashionably late, having one to many glasses of complementary champagne – everyone slips up, even the fashion glitterati. Especially when they’re wearing 5-inch stilettos. Here we ask the movers and shakers of the industry what their most #awks moment has been so far…

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  • valentino is larger-than-life for spring/summer 15

    More is always more at Valentino. With a sense of casual epicness they sent eighty looks down the catwalk outside the Tuileries in a collection that embraced the cliches and classicism of 18th century Italy.

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  • chanel spring/summer 15 takes to the streets

    Is fashion about more than the clothes? Meadham Kirchhoff, Prada and Balmain have all used their catwalks as political platforms this seasons, but nothing quite matches King Karl's take on protest at Chanel.

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  • nicolas ghesquière reveals all about life at louis vuitton

    When one of fashion’s most directional designers joins forces with one of the world’s largest luxury brands you expect fireworks. Nicolas Ghesquière’s debut collection for Louis Vuitton was everything you’d dream of from a debut and more. Prepare to set your world alight for spring/summer 15!

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  • paul and joe spring summer 15 fun and flares

    Paul and Joe's place on the Paris schedule (the penultimate day) always works in the brand's and our favour. The models smile, we enjoy the show and everyone leaves that little bit happier. This season was no different.

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  • chloé dreams of lace for spring/summer 15

    Chloe's spring/summer 15 was a romantic adventure that toyed with the casual sexiness of the 70s, but it was the hints of a tougher and more romanticism that ultimately defined the collection.

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