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MFW Spring '15: Day 3

FN's fashion editor reports from the footwear front lines in London, Milan and Paris.

– 32 minutes ago


Les Copains RTW Spring 2015

Stefania Bandiera, the latest designer to try her hand at Les Copains, got into the swing of things with an array of flaring jackets, tops and sweaters.

– 4:30 PM, EDT


Agnona RTW Spring 2015

At Agnona, Stefano Pilati referenced the gold patinas, mythical lotus blossoms and bandaging of ancient Egypt.

– 4:27 PM, EDT


Tod's RTW Spring 2015

The lineup featured tidy, tailored shapes in a fresh, pleasing palette.

– 4:18 PM, EDT


Business Leaders Express Relief Over Scottish Referendum

Decision to remain in U.K. means fewer headaches for firms

– 4:17 PM, EDT


Woolrich John Rich & Bros. RTW Spring 2015

American explorers Martin and Osa Johnson informed the Woolrich John Rich & Bros.’ sporty spring lineup for women.

– 4:11 PM, EDT


Fabiana Filippi RTW Spring 2015

The line’s design team continued to expand its luxury sportswear offerings.

– 4:10 PM, EDT


Malo RTW Spring 2015

Nature was the focus at Malo, where the design team created fresh, graphic leaf patterns for spring.

– 4:09 PM, EDT


Brunello Cucinelli RTW Spring 2015

As the designer summed it up, “This is an urban, elegant collection with a sportswear inspiration.”

– 3:49 PM, EDT


Marcelo Burlon RTW Spring 2015

Fierce, bad girls took center stage at Marcelo Burlon’s spring presentation.

– 3:47 PM, EDT


Peuterey RTW Spring 2015

For spring, Peuterey embraced an ethnic theme, which translated into young and fresh outerwear pieces inspired by traditional Nepalese patterns.

– 3:44 PM, EDT


Missoni RTW Spring 2015

Breezy, bright and optimistic. For spring, Angela Missoni worked the trifecta with vibrant clothes that pulsed with positivity.

– 3:34 PM, EDT

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