French luxury fashion brand Longchamp unveiled its Autumn 2013 ready-to-wear collection in Hong Kong last week.
The collection follows up the brand's architectural spring theme by stepping indoors to explore the worlds of three celebrated interior designers _ Andre Arbus, architect, sculptor and decorator of the 1940s; Madeleine Castaing, antique dealer and interior designer extraordinaire of the 1960s; and David Hicks, the iconic interior-design star of the 1970s. Their styles not only defined their time, but also shaped the creative vision of future generations.
The collection interprets the season's interior light-and-shade theme in contrasting colours and textures. In particular, a series of two-tone pieces epitomise the graphic, pared-down mood, to which touches of fur and pops of colour bring luxury and luminosity.
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