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Six items you need to get through Milan and Paris, chosen by our Market Editor Gabrielle Prescod.
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Sheer is here. With spring's array of the sultriest see-through evening options, dare to bare and put it out there.
Fashion's most iconoclastic futurist leads the venerable house of Louis Vuitton into a new dawn.
Inspired by the Chelsea Physics Garden, which was founded in 1673, Giles Deacon's Fall/Winter 2015 show was a macabre exploration of Stuart period fashions.
Christopher Raeburn took us to the sea with his Fall/Winter 2015 collection.
The greatest treat at Paul Smith was the introduction of culottes.
Fresh-faced products for the outdoorsman as snow melts into spring.
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