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On our minds: Paul Poiret relaunch

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by adakallgren on 20 November, 2014

Make it last would love to see a revival of the label – the question is which designer would best fill the post?

We were very excited to hear that Paul Poiret is up for sale. As one of the first fashion houses in history, Poiret founded his label already in 1903 and became known for his novel – not to say provocative – loose fit and uncorseted designs. We would very much like to see a revival of the label and a modern take on their extraordinary signature kimono coats which were highly controversial at the time. The question is which designer would best fill the post? More here. /Ada Källgren


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