WWD rounds up the best accessories from the runways.
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Jeremy Scott’s fall target: early Nineties hip-hop and all its stylistic collateral.
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The designer combined his Patagonian roots with his streetwear brand ambitions.
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The socialite collaborated with Sergio Rossi design director Angelo Ruggeri on the label’s 30-or-so new designs.
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The event coincides with Karl Lagerfeld’s 50th anniversary designing furs and ready-to-wear for the Roman house.
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Prada went Pop, but softly so, with an explosion of color and texture.
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Gucci’s Alessandro Michele was among designers and executives at the party.
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The daughters of two music legends were seated front row at the Just Cavalli show on Thursday: Atlanta de Cadenet and Alexandra Richards.
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Creative director Izumi Ogino showed a collection infused with an elegance that was a tad severe, although softened by more feminine, romantic details.
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Incontri explored the concept of balance with his fall collection — “both in terms of formal balance and as balance among different attitudes.”
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After her foray into boho festival gear last season, Anna Molinari wisely took her Blugirl label back in a more sophisticated direction.
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There was a retro-futurism to designer Roberto Cavalli’s Sixties/Seventies-inspired base silhouettes.
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