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Paris Fashion Week SS17 part I

Rochas

After his oxymoronic show in Milan, Alessandro Dell’Acqua twists ladylike codes in his latest Rochas collection – in another manner : massive platforms go hand in hand with delicate dresses, instead of the expected thin heels. 478 more words

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Milan Fashion Week SS17 part II : No. 21

No. 21

For this new collection, designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua has prepared a clever mix of romance and modernity. The lace sweater are probably the best example of this. 222 more words

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Digitisation Project

Historic Somerset Photographs Revealed

Photographs of historic Somerset that have been unseen for decades are being revealed thanks to a group of volunteers who are digitising thousands of images from the mid-1800s onwards. 381 more words

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The Markham Book Collection: First Steps in a New Project

Perceptive patrons who regularly use the library’s online catalog will likely notice a new collection designation appearing in their searches—CMLS. The CMLS, or Confederate Memorial Literary Society, collections encompass manuscripts, rare books, pamphlets, broadsides, and other paper materials relating to the Civil War, its coming and its aftermath, from the Museum of the Confederacy’s Eleanor S. 612 more words

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Milan Fashion Week SS17 part I

Jil Sander

Like many of his peers, Rodolfo Paglialunga’s show was all about broad shoulders. He combines it to the clean Jil Sander’s vocabulary. The first looks hitting the runway are thin striped suits. 361 more words

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London Fashion Week SS17 : Simone Rocha

Simone Rocha

Looking towards the exhibition “Uniform : a collaboration with Jamie Nickerson” held in the National Gallery of Ireland at the end of 2015 for inspiration, Simone Rocha designed a collection halfway between the aesthetic of Irish masters and the photographer’s vision of African farmers. 245 more words

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