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Showdetails World Magazine has special zoom on the catwalks, can give you a close look at the new women's collections "making the difference" details in the preview. Collections for Women from all around the world.Show_Details_Women_World_Design_Info

New York, London, Rio De Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Berlin und Madrid.

Issue frequency: 2 issues per year
Months of publication: 03/10

Models, materials, fabrics, prints, accessories, laces, embroideries, trimmings, cuts, buttons, zippers, applications and all the details are seen from close up!


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How long can fashion go on reinventing itself? How far can a designer's creativity go and how much of a brand's past, with its archives full of inspirations, its glory days and its gaffs, should interfere with new collections? Thinking not just of a single brand but of the fashion system as a whole, how much of an influence on the present does the past have, with its many changes, revolutions, more or less beautiful things that nonetheless made their mark in a historical period, however, distant or recent it may be? A dress seamed under the bust is called ‘empire line’ and high collars and puff sleeves are references to the Victorian age for good reason; clothes classify their era and vice versa, but if someone in the future were trying to define the 2016 look, what would it be? So it's no surprise then that the New York designers also relied on that ancient modern trend that mixes past references with contemporary touches, such as menswear, party dresses, office wear, sportswear, city or country clothes, and details that are bound to be part of the present, because splits, necklines and nude looks were not allowed in certain eras or were the prerogative of certain kinds of women.


Fashion is “such stuff as dreams are made on”. Quoting Shakespeare in this edition of London Fashion Week is not excessive; on the contrary, his words fit perfectly not only because fashion is ephemeral, evaporating after one season but also because many of the collections seen on the runway were nothing more than the end result of personal visions linked to memories, imaginings and, of course, dreams. The surrealism on the runway recalled techniques for freeing the imaginative potential of the unconscious, those linked to surrealist thinking manifested as a rebellion against the social and cultural conventions of the time. Perhaps this was the deeper meaning of the texture cacophonies, hyper-decorations, oversized volumes, gravity-defying hems and clashing colours: an act of rebellion against the fashion system, with its pressing standardisation clipping the wings of originality and free creative spirits.


Casa Llotja de Mar, one of the Barcelona's most important and most beautiful 18th century buildings, hosted the winter edition of 080 Barcelona Fashion, which has lost two great brands, Mango and Desigual, but gained the presence of Manolo Blahnik, who came to present his book and meet fashion school students. Though being inspired by rapper ‘uniforms’ the looks were also very sinuous, while coats and little-zipped jackets in multi-coloured fur were softer.


Below the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Fashion Week seemed to return to optimism and exchanges with the art world, which is very active in the German capital but often closed to collaborations with designers. Some brands, includingPerret Schaad, showed at the Me Collectors Room, an exhibition space built by art collector Thomas Olbricht. There were tapered skirts with a front split and loose trousers, fluid T-dresses and other sinuous frocks with contrasting graphic insets, tight-fitting knits and masculine shirts while the palette was mainly summary.


Copenhagen Fashion Week is a growing market, with exports sharply rising on last year. Just like those used by Barbara í Gongini, who teams Nordic avant-garde and dark accents with a particular focus on sustainability: all in black, with glimpses of white, the collection is made up of deconstructed pieces mixed with sporty elements, for example tops and track pants paired with a zipped multi-fold jacket, printed T-shirts under frayed knit dresses – all worn with solid white sneakers.


The rain and snow did not stop the winter edition of Stockholm Fashion Week inaugurated with Whyred's tailoring/rock style; designer Roland Hjort showed a series of looks alternating masculine suits and separates with metallic dresses, leather garments, skinny trousers and mini-dresses worn with opaque tights and patent ankle boots – all in mainly basic colours with a few intense splashes of colour.

Weight: 2.204 kg
Height: 39.005 cm
Width: 29.005 cm
Depth: 1.204 cm


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