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Diogo Miranda






Austrian architect Josef Hoffman served as Diogo Miranda’s autumn 2016 inspiration, where the designer relied on the use of fine lines and elaborate æsthetics to construct simple designs. Balloon sleeves and loose-fitted coats with large concealed buttons accentuated the geometry. High-collared tops, fly-away jackets and a trench coat featured on the runway; hues of grey, teal and white accentuated elegant simplicity. The collection was unveiled at the lavish BNF Richelieu.

 

Luis Buchinho
The prominent Portuguese designer presented his collection for autumn–winter 2016–17, The Missing Piece, with each the design serving as part of a puzzle on the catwalk held at Université Paris Descartes. Black with hues of blues and streaks of white features on elegant and easy-to-wear ensembles. Straight silhouettes emphasizes the wearer’s waistline with a tailored touch; elbow-high leather gloves, loose-fitted zipper jackets, thigh-tight pants, short skirts with slits and cut-out designed tops project detailed structure and shapes.








 

 

DROMe






DROMe set the scene for its collection with its ‘DROMe Club’, opening a fashion milieu of ‘æsthetes, new bohemians and poets of the night.’ Designer Marianna Rosati captures a timelessness with a large-winged collared top, ruffled pieces with elaborate wide-band, collar-like scarves, straight ruffled collars, long voluminous balloon or intricately detailed cape sleeves. The main fabric is leather, in various hues. Light peach, bold yellow, bright burgundy, sky blue, and black were featured in different ensembles. DROMe’s modern twist emphasizes the designer’s lavish ingenuity, with Rosati mixing and matching ornate pieces. •

 

 

 

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