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Mary Katrantzou - I can see in the pants why these two pieces have been paired together, but they actually detract from one another and each on their own, are beautiful. I feel like I could fall into the top, and pants are brilliant.

Mary Katrantzou - I can see in the pants why these two pieces have been paired together, but they actually detract from one another and each on their own, are beautiful. I feel like I could fall into the top, and pants are brilliant.

"Silk ‘Furisode’ (long-sleeved kimono worn by young unmarried women).  Meiji or Taisho periods (1868-1927), Japan.  MET Museum (Met dates this garment at 1850-1950, which is very broad) (Gift of Mrs. Ray C. Kramer, 1958)"

"Silk ‘Furisode’ (long-sleeved kimono worn by young unmarried women). Meiji or Taisho periods (1868-1927), Japan. MET Museum (Met dates this garment at 1850-1950, which is very broad) (Gift of Mrs. Ray C. Kramer, 1958)"

A/W  2012/13

Mary Katrantzou, Londres, Semana de la Moda de Londres, London, London Fashion Weel, LFW, pret-a-porter, ready-to-wear, runway, otoño/invierno 2012/2013, fall/winter 2012/2013

Mary Katrantzou - Pasarela

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Todas las fotos del desfile de London Fashion Week, pret a porter, primavera/verano mary katrantzou

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