ZUHAIR MURAD FW2018-2019

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ZUHAIR MURAD FALL/WINTER 2018-2019

This season harmoniously merges epochs and ideals. The Edwardian woman introduced in the Pre-Fall 208 collection explores Seventies codes, drawing inspiration from Anita Pallenberg’s personal style.

Victorian detailing and ornamental trimmings adorn folk fur coats; embroideries inspired by the Belle Époque embellish jumpsuits, and miniskirts are lined with sequins. Balkan and Eastern European folklore – a UNESCO protected tradition— runs through the collection like a golden thread. Weaves inspired by

Victorian detailing and ornamental trimmings adorn folk fur coats; embroideries inspired by the Belle Époque embellish jumpsuits, and miniskirts are lined with sequins. Balkan and Eastern European folklore – a UNESCO protected tradition— runs through the collection like a golden thread. Weaves inspired by

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The fusion between organic and architectural touches, rigor and romance, also appear in the juxtaposition of tailored menswear classics with poetic, airy notes: muslin shirts with a pussy bow, sharp pleated trousers, bolero or suit jackets are reworked with fringes, sequins or worn with soft knitwear.

As for the color palette, black, silver, crimson red, grey-blue, burgundy, ivory, its vividness celebrates the 50th anniversary of May 68 – as does the collection, intended to celebrate all the women who will wear it, and make its hybridity a sign of openness to the world.

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