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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear
    Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970’s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the “liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France”.

    The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim.

    In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats.

    To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes.
    written by Sara Gilardi
    Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection.
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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
    hauturely posted an update
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
    hauturely posted an update
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
    hauturely posted an update
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire