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Richard Quinn RTW Fall 2019

Big it up. That’s just what emerging talent Richard Quinn did for fall, supersizing his lineup of couture silhouettes so they were fit for Amazon warrior queens. Could those shoulders make it through a doorframe? Could the models spot their toes under their voluminous puffball skirts? A sparkling, black-and-white houndstooth pattern on a prim peplum suit was big enough to spot from yards away, as were the fat watercolor roses spilling over a large silk cape.
The designer, who had worked as an intern for Dior in Paris, said he wanted to put couture techniques under the microscope and explore extremes. “A lot of the Dior archive pieces had a corset within the dress. All of our dresses have a corset, so you really get the extreme waist,” said Quinn, who often showed his lavish gowns and sparkling dresses layered over shiny black latex bodysuits and leggings.
“We wanted to keep it classic, but with a darker element, and we wanted to be more extreme this time, and more elevated with location and atmosphere. We wanted to have a world,” added Quinn, who certainly knows how to make a statement. Last February, he received the Queen Elizabeth II Award for Design, and the Queen

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