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Anthony Vaccarello’s creative approach is utterly avant-garde, wildly distinctive and just what Yves Saint Laurent himself would have hoped for from a successor. Here’s why.
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Jessica Kahawaty was a runner-up of Miss Lebanon 2010, winner of Miss Australia 2012 and came third in the 2012’s Miss World. She speaks four languages, is about to get a double degree in law and business finance and is passionately involved in charitable work.
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When the offer to hang out backstage at Hackett’s first ever runway show was combined with the chance to interview the man behind the label, we were on the first plane out.
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Article Image - Breaking the Mould
On Rad Hourani’s stage, silhouettes are sharp, bold and monochrome, seasonality is ignored, women model menswear and men model womenswear.
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With feline features, a stunning body and hypnotic eyes Elisa Sednaoui was made for modelling, something she began at the tender age of 16. Eight years on, she’s showing herself to be more than just a pretty face.
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A darling of the red carpet and a purveyor of exquisite style and glamour, Elie Saab - the Middle East’s greatest fashion export - took time off from his busy schedule to talk to Bespoke.
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Anthony Vaccarello’s creative approach is utterly avant-garde, wildly distinctive and just what Yves Saint Laurent himself would have hoped for from a successor. Here’s why.
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