Photography Mert Alas
Published August 17, 2010
Fall 2010 finds the clean, sober lines of the early ’90s revisited and squared up against an unabashed celebration of womanliness. From Calvin Klein’s pared-down minimalism to Louis Vuitton’s homage to the female form, this season’s collections describe the dilemma of what it is to be a woman today: a clash of strength and fragility, stitched together by a common thread of contemporary elegance. Here we celebrate fashion’s new language offemininity, worn by two generations of modern women.
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