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Staging a Black Out

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Vogue Italia isn't the only one living in color. Parisian fashion designer Sophie Théallet cast all Black models for her runway debut during New York's Fashion Week. Although Théallet, who worked for famed designer Azzedine Alaïa, had no intention of making a political statement, her show received rave reviews. The collection was as bold and beautiful as her muses. The show opened with a stunning white, ruffled gown then moved on to bold prints and bright colors. Théallet's work speaks for itself boasting feminine dresses with trend-defying style, special attention to details and perfect construction. We can't wait to see what colorful ideas she'll come up with next.

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