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L'Oreal Fashion Week Fall 2008: Paul Hardy photo gallery

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L'Oreal Fashion Week Fall 2008: Paul Hardy photo gallery

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Calgary designer Paul Hardy continues to impress. Music that was at turns carnivalesque and cabaretesque played in the background as models strutted down the runway in equally theatrical creations. Blushing nudes and layered blacks dominated the show, but how colour was presented (in the slit of a skirt or the folds of an appliqué) kept the neutral palette interesting and evocative. We loved his bustiers and skirts adorned with giant flower appliqués. Kimonos and bows added an elegant oriental flavour to the mix, and fur vests and feathered capelets offered a glam finish. Even the swim caps adorned with glass embellishments were chic. The beaded bibs, however, were simply curious.

Photos by Leib Kopman


 
 


 
Calgary designer Paul Hardy continues to impress. Music that was at turns carnivalesque and cabaretesque played in the background as models strutted down the runway in equally theatrical creations. Blushing nudes and layered blacks dominated the show, but how colour was presented (in the slit of a skirt or the folds of an appliqué) kept the neutral palette interesting and evocative. We loved his bustiers and skirts adorned with giant flower appliqués. Kimonos and bows added an elegant oriental flavour to the mix, and fur vests and feathered capelets offered a glam finish. Even the swim caps adorned with glass embellishments were chic. The beaded bibs, however, were simply curious.

Photos by Leib Kopman



 
 


 
Calgary designer Paul Hardy continues to impress. Music that was at turns carnivalesque and cabaretesque played in the background as models strutted down the runway in equally theatrical creations. Blushing nudes and layered blacks dominated the show, but how colour was presented (in the slit of a skirt or the folds of an appliqué) kept the neutral palette interesting and evocative. We loved his bustiers and skirts adorned with giant flower appliqués. Kimonos and bows added an elegant oriental flavour to the mix, and fur vests and feathered capelets offered a glam finish. Even the swim caps adorned with glass embellishments were chic. The beaded bibs, however, were simply curious.

Photos by Leib Kopman

 
 


 
Calgary designer Paul Hardy continues to impress. Music that was at turns carnivalesque and cabaretesque played in the background as models strutted down the runway in equally theatrical creations. Blushing nudes and layered blacks dominated the show, but how colour was presented (in the slit of a skirt or the folds of an appliqué) kept the neutral palette interesting and evocative. We loved his bustiers and skirts adorned with giant flower appliqués. Kimonos and bows added an elegant oriental flavour to the mix, and fur vests and feathered capelets offered a glam finish. Even the swim caps adorned with glass embellishments were chic. The beaded bibs, however, were simply curious.

Photos by Leib Kopman

 
 
 
 
Calgary designer Paul Hardy continues to impress. Music that was at turns carnivalesque and cabaretesque played in the background as models strutted down the runway in equally theatrical creations. Blushing nudes and layered blacks dominated the show, but how colour was presented (in the slit of a skirt or the folds of an appliqué) kept the neutral palette interesting and evocative. We loved his bustiers and skirts adorned with giant flower appliqués. Kimonos and bows added an elegant oriental flavour to the mix, and fur vests and feathered capelets offered a glam finish. Even the swim caps adorned with glass embellishments were chic. The beaded bibs, however, were simply curious.

Photos by Leib Kopman

 
 


 
Calgary designer Paul Hardy continues to impress. Music that was at turns carnivalesque and cabaretesque played in the background as models strutted down the runway in equally theatrical creations. Blushing nudes and layered blacks dominated the show, but how colour was presented (in the slit of a skirt or the folds of an appliqué) kept the neutral palette interesting and evocative. We loved his bustiers and skirts adorned with giant flower appliqués. Kimonos and bows added an elegant oriental flavour to the mix, and fur vests and feathered capelets offered a glam finish. Even the swim caps adorned with glass embellishments were chic. The beaded bibs, however, were simply curious.

Photos by Leib Kopman


 
 



 

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