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POWER DRESSING
This Fall/Winter portrays a strong-willed, powerful woman.
Maybe inspired by the run for the White House of Hillary Rodham Clinton, she claims her own role in the contemporary society.

Between Savile-Row and boxy silhouette, male tailoring becomes armor making her invincible.
In a world lacking of any certing, perpetually on the line between the willingness through tomorrow and the risk of a regression, fashion contemplate again about femininity and masculinity concepts.
With a clear echo straightly from the 80's (are we never getting off this period ?), several fashion designers are thinking about a woman whom has not yet finished her race for the gender equality. A real trend inhabit the next Iron Lady's cold season, we could call it 'power dressing'.

Focus on man tayloring and fabrics for Clare Waight Keller. After six years the designer says goodbye to Chloé with a 60's and 70's influences collection. Just like Keller, Victoria Beckham embodies today women's needs: she wants to be sophisticated and flawless, but effortless at the same time.

High fashion content on the catwalks of Jacquemus, Ports1961 and Balenciaga. Simon Porte, Natasa Cagalj e Demna Gvasalia have the aim of capturing modern sophistication's essence. These Designers are suspended in an acrobatic balance between tradition and innovation. They destroy and put the pieces together again creating something is artistic, sculptural, brand new and absolutely avant-garde!

Looking at that items our mind goes to the blond Working Girl play by Melanie Griffith…Too bad almost 30 years past from that movie! But if the woman in 2008 is represented exactly as she was in the 1988, a question has to be asked: are ways of understanding the world and people who live in (values of which fashion is only an epidermal manifestation) to pass and return? Or is this world move on less comparing to what we think it did?