Marc Jacobs Autumn/Winter 2019
Marc Jacobs Autumn/Winter 2019
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Oscar de la Renta Autumn/Winter 2019
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Valentino Autumn/Winter 2019
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Richard Quinn Autumn/Winter 2019
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Mary Katrantzou Autumn/Winter 2019
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Saint Laurent Autumn/Winter 2019
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Prabal Gurung Autumn/Winter 2019
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Erdem Autumn/Winter 2019
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Rochas Autumn/Winter 2019
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Loewe Autumn/Winter 2019
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Anna Sui Autumn/Winter 2019
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Dion Lee Autumn/Winter 2019
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Maison Margiela Autumn/Winter 2019
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Roksanda Autumn/Winter 2019
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Ryan Lo Autumn/Winter 2019
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Feathers: Our Favourite Looks From Autumn/Winter 2019

Plumes are here to stay

by Joanna Fu

19 Mar 2019

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Plumes are here to stay

Feathers were one of the biggest stand-out trends from Autumn/Winter 2019 fashion month. At Paris, New York, London and Milan, plumed ensembles gave an operatic extravagance to the scores of sleek tailoring that marched down the catwalk. Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Valentino and Richard Quinn closed their shows with majestic evening gowns in dreamy neutrals, while Saint Laurent, Mary Katranzou and Prabal Gurung captivated the crowds with glow-in-the-dark and rainbow palettes. We saw feathered outerwear take on full force at Erdem, Loewe and Rochas, while feathered trims completed Anna Sui’s brocade frocks and Dion Lee’s ribbed corsets. See above for our favourite feathered outfits from the season.

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