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April 19 2014

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40 posts tagged "Kate Bosworth"

MADE In Conversation: Proenza Schouler

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To kick off MADE Fashion Week, Kate Bosworth sat down with some of her favorite designers, Cushnie et Ochs, Olivier Theyskens, Prabal Gurung, and Proenza Schouler, for a video series debuting exclusively here on Style.com. Up next: Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough. Watch the “Made in Conversation” video above.

MADE In Conversation: Prabal Gurung

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To kick off MADE Fashion Week, Kate Bosworth sat down with some of her favorite designers, Cushnie et Ochs, Olivier Theyskens, Prabal Gurung, and Proenza Schouler, for a video series debuting exclusively here on Style.com. Up next: Prabal Gurung. Watch the “Made in Conversation” video above.

MADE In Conversation: Olivier Theyskens

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To kick off MADE Fashion Week, Kate Bosworth sat down with some of her favorite designers, Cushnie et Ochs, Olivier Theyskens, Prabal Gurung, and Proenza Schouler, for a video series debuting exclusively here on Style.com. Up next: Olivier Theyskens. Watch the “Made in Conversation” video above.

MADE In Conversation: Cushnie et Ochs

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To kick off MADE Fashion Week, Kate Bosworth sat down with some of her favorite designers, Cushnie et Ochs, Olivier Theyskens, Prabal Gurung, and Proenza Schouler, for a new video series debuting exclusively here on Style.com. First up: Carly Cushnie and Michelle Ochs. Watch the “Made in Conversation” video above.

A More Mature Turn At Berlin Fashion Week

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Mercedes-Benz Berlin Fashion Week is under way in the German capital. All week, reporter Hili Perlson will be sending back dispatches from the scene.

Day two of Berlin’s fashion week saw a change in direction, with many of the labels sending more mature and subtle creations down the runway, compared to the previous day. Black and white combinations ruled the palette, often with a minty pastel green or a bright tangerine for contrast.

Hugo by Hugo Boss (pictured) transformed an ice skating rink into a catwalk. White carpet replaced the ice, much to the chagrin of guests—including Kate Bosworth, Jessica Joffe, and China Chow—hoping for a break from the heat wave. The womenswear included A-line dresses with a below-the-knee cut, worn with geometric tops that gave the silhouette a futuristic look. Asymmetric shoulders made a big return at Hugo, accentuated with thin strips in a reflective metallic material. On the menswear front, standout pieces were a two-tone suit in black and white, with electric blue and red that melted on the border, and a playful suit jacket/blouson combination.

The collection of rising star Michael Sontag (a favorite of Vogue Germany editor in chief Christiane Arp) showed a strong development of the designer’s aesthetic, which is characterized by a special ability to do very feminine cuts without going über-femme. Extra fabric lining the contours on pants created a trompe l’oeil effect of round skirts and transformed tops into light sculptured capes. The show’s highlight was a wide charcoal overcoat in rich natural silk.

Romanian designer Irina Schrotter closed the day. This season, Schrotter, whose career spans two decades, entrusted her label to young avant-garde designer Lucian Broscatean, who gave the line his signature smart elegance. High-slit dresses in sand, nude, sheer white, and pale pink made up the core of the collection, matched with pieces in tangerine and bronze. The accessories drew inspiration from the art of Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei, giving the clean looks a crafty touch.

Photo: Courtesy of Hugo by Hugo Boss