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Bora Aksu's dreamy post-covid world

The Turkish designer's collection at the ongoing London Fashion Week was inspired by the French Revolution and mathematician-philosopher Sophie Germain

Turkish designer Bora Aksu debuted his AW21 collection via a filmed, audience-free runway show held in Tate Britain’s Duveens Gallery.
Turkish designer Bora Aksu debuted his AW21 collection via a filmed, audience-free runway show held in Tate Britain’s Duveens Gallery. (Instagram/Bora Aksu)
Live music from Alison Sudo played in the background while models walked in Aksu's signature lace dresses in buttercup yellow and vibrant fuchsia.
Live music from Alison Sudo played in the background while models walked in Aksu's signature lace dresses in buttercup yellow and vibrant fuchsia. (Bora Aksu)
Besides the dreamy gowns, Aksu presented caps, jackets and blazers, inspired by military.
Besides the dreamy gowns, Aksu presented caps, jackets and blazers, inspired by military. (Bora Aksu)
Aksu’s investment in craftsmanship also draws on his Turkish roots, giving his collections a unique demi-couture quality.
Aksu’s investment in craftsmanship also draws on his Turkish roots, giving his collections a unique demi-couture quality. (Bora Aksu)

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  • FIRST PUBLISHED
    21.02.2021 | 01:46 PM IST

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