It would seem as though fashion trends are currently being influenced by political trends, and in this month's fashion press review we see that "shock of simplification" taking form (austerity measures on great fashion images?). But happily, spring is officially here, birds are chirping and babies soon to be born. There is hope in austerity, right? Let's see what commerce has to say about this by starting at the department stores. In Vogue Italy's March issue, photographer Miles Aldridge shoots mannequin Kinga Rajzak in a store window, posing next to another unknown mannequin who didn't have the good fortune of getting clothed, or in his other image, of getting hair.
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