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The Weekend Australian - Magazine - - LIFE - Glynis traill-nash

Is the slash the new cut-out?

While cut-out gar­ments tend to­wards the body-con­scious or struc­tured, the slash is a bit more freeform. De­sign­ers are slash­ing every­thing from sleeves to skirts and even trouser legs for a fluid ef­fect or sim­ply to show an un­ex­pected slice of skin. Silks and fab­rics that drape well are par­tic­u­larly suited. You’ll find skirts at Dion Lee (dion­lee.com), T-shirts at Amiri (mytheresa.com) and ribbed tops at Christo­pher Es­ber (christo­pheres­ber.com.au), while Ellery’s flares are cut up the mid­dle (net-a-porter.com). Gin­ger & Smart of­fers a dou­ble whammy with this jump­suit – slashed sleeve and trouser legs (pic­tured, $629, gin­gerands­mart.com).

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