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FASH­ION’S MOST CRE­ATIVE DE­SIGN­ERS IN­JECT SOME SNAP, CRACKLE AND POP INTO THEIR LAT­EST COL­LEC­TIONS

Hong Kong Tatler - - Radar -

Ro­man­tic prints take a step back this sea­son and are re­placed with dizzy­ing, fu­tur­is­tic sketch styles. Tie-dye-in­spired graph­ics ap­peared on sleek tai­lored suits, coats and off­body knitwear at Stella Mccart­ney, while Proenza Schouler de­sign­ers Jack Mccollough and Lazaro Her­nan­dez have us lust­ing after printed box coats with rounded shoul­ders, cinched waists and roomy sleeves (main pic­ture). Made in win­ter-friendly jacquard and wool, they fea­ture ab­stract leopard prints and com­po­si­tion prints. Ital­ian-born French de­signer Gi­ambat­tista Valli, usu­ally known for his ul­tra-fem­i­nine cre­ations, also opted for sculpted sil­hou­ettes with bold crackle prints trimmed with fur.

Clock­wise from top: back­stage at Proenza Schouler; bag by Hugo by Hugo Boss; look by Stella Mccart­ney; shoe by Jimmy Choo; sunglasses by Thierry Lasry, avail­able at On Ped­der

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