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    Helen Mirren, looking amazing and her husband front row and backstage with Stefano Dolce and Domenico Gabbana after the show, Helen told me she thought the show was “powerful and decadent, although she admitted she was some what a fashion show virgin” bless. 

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    Another Dolce & Gabbana moment, this season the duo took inspiration from “Baroque Romanticism” golden embroideries that recall Baroque mirrors and frames and dinning room tapestries, opening the show with heavily embellished capes in different proportions. Following with cherub and angel prints that appeared to have come out of a painting adorned the designers super sexy dress silhoutte.

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    Discovery and travel with a cosmopolitan spirit is this seasons Trussardi  woman, daring enough to climb the Peruvian Andes, hence the Peruvian style hats and flowing skirts that drape like a poncho.
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    Discovery and travel with a cosmopolitan spirit is this seasons Trussardi  woman, daring enough to climb the Peruvian Andes, hence the Peruvian style hats and flowing skirts that drape like a poncho.

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    Marni, detail of the flowery rhinestones framing the neckline.
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    Marni, detail of the flowery rhinestones framing the neckline.

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    Pure lines and decisive volumes create a precise and neat silhouette at Marni, colour was punchy and intense, opening the show with a red cape that creates a firm halo around the body. Throughout the show the neck is covered to give a strict line, prints included a single outsized flower and dense embroideries. The key accessories were the flowery rhinestone brooches, small doctors bags and velvet shoes with gold metal toe caps.

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    Peter Dundas inspired by the house history at Emilio Pucci played on dark surfaces and textures.

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    Raf Simons for Jil Sander, now that’s a colour palent for any girls wardrobe.

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    Wow what will Jil Sander do without designer Raf Simons at the helm, the A/W 12 collection was simply jaw dropping, exquisite and the perfect parting show, we wish you all the best Raf.

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    Sneak a peek at a few more gorgeous shoes from the Jimmy choo “Jimi Hendrix meets Kate Moss” collection.

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