Edie Campbell

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Marjan Jonkman

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Adwoa Aboah

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Grace Elizabeth

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Odette and Lia Pavlova

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Liene Podina

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Mame Thiane Camara

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Julie Hoomans

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Edie Campbell, Adwoa Aboah

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Samile Bermannelli, Blésnya Minher, Alécia Morais

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Mali Koopman

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Lara Mullen

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Adwoa Aboah

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Ola Rudnicka

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Samile Bermannelli

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Mame Thiane Camara

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Waleska Gorczevski

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Marjan Jonkman

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Alécia Morais

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Disco glam ran supreme for Humberto Leon & Carol Lim’s latest effort that made its way down the Paris catwalk in the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine. The show was backdropped by living sculptures painted by Debbie Finnegan to give a surreal stone-like effect, fitting amidst the museum. Everything it would seem was a gesture of extravagance–whether it was the staging, the clothes themselves or the rouge drama on the cheeks of beauties like Edie Campbell, Grace Elizabeth, Adwoa Aboah and more courtesy of makeup artist Lynsey Alexander. The shape this season was the feminine exaggerated: Liberal tailoring, accentuating the waistline with elastic and pillowing shoulders and sleeves. A structured military motif turned to the more resplendent–gleaming metallics and graphics of red-lipped women, adorned with huge gemstone earrings. All making the models into the marvelous new wave.

See our backstage and runway coverage in the gallery above photographed by Elodie Chapuis.

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