Wales Bonner S/S 2019

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  1. TheoG

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    Great to see her push beyond those minimal, tailored looks from FW18.

    Not sure on the womenswear though.
     
  4. Pricciao

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    Beautiful essential pieces.
     
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    Nothing exciting or interesting here
     
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    This was a bit of shook at first glance. But I like it for that reason mainly because its Grace's traditional point of view with the additional India influence. I still see her traditional tailoring, mix of casual and traditional wear and African influence. I also like her veer into women's wear, when in reality these clothes can be wear by anyone. I like it, it's solid.
     

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