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BILLOWING SILHOUETTES: Venezuelan-born Carolina Herrera (above), a favourite among A-List Hollywood stars, referenced movement with full, billowing gowns in blues and greys, inspired by waves and water.
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BILLOWING SILHOUETTES: Venezuelan-born Carolina Herrera, a favourite among A-List Hollywood stars, referenced movement with full, billowing gowns in blues and greys, inspired by waves and water (above).
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BILLOWING SILHOUETTES: Venezuelan-born Carolina Herrera, a favourite among A-List Hollywood stars, referenced movement with full, billowing gowns in blues and greys, inspired by waves and water (above).
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RETRO ELEGANCE: Designer Monique Lhuillier (above) found inspiration in a bygone age, taking her cue from the 1920s with deep tones of plum, midnight blue, teal and bronze for her sultry evening gowns.
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RETRO ELEGANCE: Designer Monique Lhuillier found inspiration in a bygone age, taking her cue from the 1920s with deep tones of plum, midnight blue, teal and bronze for her sultry evening gowns (above).
BT_20150221_OSCARS21E_1524918.jpg
RETRO ELEGANCE: Designer Monique Lhuillier found inspiration in a bygone age, taking her cue from the 1920s with deep tones of plum, midnight blue, teal and bronze for her sultry evening gowns (above).

Scene-stealers

Designers unveiled possible red-carpet stunners at the Oscars on Sunday at the recently concluded New York Fashion Week, with an accent on super-luxe gowns
Feb 21, 2015 5:50 AM

New York

WITH grandiose gowns, skin-skimming dresses and a nod to old Hollywood glamour, designers in New York served up couture treats to entice fashion's elite ahead of the world's most-watched runway at Sunday's Academy Awards red carpet.

With stylists eyeing the Fall/Winter