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Last season, one couldn't squeeze into a show without being knocked around by a pair of expensive shoulders. Though the Balmain or Margiela or any sh
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Last season, one couldn't squeeze into a show without being knocked around by a pair of expensive shoulders. Though the Balmain or Margiela or any sh
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Last season, one couldn't squeeze into a show without being knocked around by a pair of expensive shoulders. Though the Balmain or Margiela or any shoulder interpretation of the two have stuck around here and there, SS10's featured a healthy crop of anti-shoulders so far. Designers ranging from Richard Nicoll to the team at Topshop, from Australian Josh Goot to the Brooklyn based Vena Cava girls, haven't just ignored shoulder pads, they've actually cut out the shoulders of their tops and dresses. Julien Macdonald placed extra larges slits at the shoulders of his slashed dress and Osman Yousefzada cut the shoulders out of a handful of looks in his all-white collection. Will it knock its opposite off the runways? All eyes on you Carine.