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MARY MARY, QUITE CONTRARY: Mary Katrantzou’s backstage LFW16

Uplifting, vibrant colours and a Grecian vibe made for a show packed with dazzling graphic patterns, set to go down in London Fashion Week mythology.

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Credits

Photographer Alex Piñero

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