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Editorial

The new Paul & Joe collection contains an entirely personal vision of the childhood years of founder and creative director Sophie Mechaly, i.e. the ever-popular Seventies, proposed here in a playful way beginning with the prints, which depicted little animals, toys and childlike drawings on dresses and knitwear. One of the decade’s most symbolic fabrics, jumbo corduroy, was used for colourful, studded calf-length trousers worn with thin socks and loafers with big platforms, while shearling had a military feel and tartan coats featured fringes and/or studs on the shoulders. Long high-necked dresses came with floral or iridescent patterns, while a zipped metallic jumpsuit in two-colour sequins added shine to the finale.