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PFW: Ralph & Russo Spring Summer 2021 Ready To Wear Collection

Ralph & Russo put together a digital live stream of their Spring Summer 2021 collection during the ongoing Paris Fashion Week:

Ralph & Russo Spring Summer 2021
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Fashion house Ralph & Russo joins the overwhelming majority of designers who opted for a digital fashion show in an effort to prevent any Covid19 spread. For the ready-to-wear Spring Summer 2021 collection presented during the ongoing Paris Fashion Week the team has prepared a digital catwalk live streamed on the label’s official web page.

SPRING SUMMER 2021 COLLECTIONS

Talking about their new collection Ralph & Russo has shared with the press:

Brought to the boardwalk by the likes of Maya Henry, Nadine Leopold, Maxim Magnus, Chiara Sampaio, Neelam Gill, Marie Helvin, Leomie Anderson and Sita Abellan; this season’s collection is a reflection of the infinite possibilities of the human imagination, showcasing iconic zig-zag, jungle and abstract tile prints alongside white cotton poplin silhouettes, laser-cut leather pieces, glamorous metallic raffia tailoring and sensual double-satin cocktail dresses. Spring-Summer 2021 also marks the unveiling of three equally special and unique collaborations; each designed to truly bring every look to life. With all featured seamlessly within the collection, the collaborations include six elegant and figure enhancing swimwear designs created in partnership with luxury lifestyle brand, La Perla, the finest timepieces from Audemar Piguet’s latest Royal Oak Concept collection, and two chic eyewear styles named Robyn and Watson, created in partnership with Linda Farrow.

Ralph & Russo Spring Summer 2021
Photo courtesy of Ralph & Russo
Photo courtesy of Ralph & Russo
Ralph & Russo Spring 2021
Photo courtesy of Ralph & Russo

Discover all the looks from Ralph & Russo Spring Summer 2021 womenswear collection:

 

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