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Editorial

Véronique Leroy did not show her collection, but that does not mean she has not been working. The Japanese denim she used in previous seasons returned on jackets, jeans and skirts, using both sides of the cloth and fraying the edges. The fraying theme also appeared in the crocheted pieces with thick contrasting edges that added further definition and a graphic touch to the silhouette. Leroy revealed that a blurry green print was a reinterpretation of the Monet’s trio of ‘Water Lilies’ canvases she saw at the Chichu Art Museum in Naoshima earlier this year. Several pieces came in airy white chiffon, while nylon was used for dresses as well as for the more customary outerwear. Leroy also created some sculptural bows that extended from bralette tops and tied behind the neck.