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Fashion Week: Lucie Boshier: I love Lucie


Fashion Week: Lucie Boshier: I love Lucie

I am a long time supporter of Lucie Boshier and what she does – this is a savvy girl who knows how to work the industry, knows what she wants, and doesn't give rats that she does not fit into what some in the 'fashion world' call the norm.

Thus it came as no surprise to me that instead of filing somber models with washed out faces down the catwalk ion a straight line, she turned her 15 minutes on the catwalk into a singing, dancing cabaret show complete with a drag queen called Bever, Dita Von Teese-like girls writhing in oversized cocktail glasses, and lingerie, stockings and suspenders aplenty.


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By Michael Ng/Air New Zealand Fashion Week.

Boshier's clothes are always sexy –they always celebrate a women's body and this collection was by far the most over so far. I thought she had changed her tune slightly as she sent demure, pale pink, 1920.s inspired slips down the runway as the show opened – but this was not the case as the outfits became more and more bright, beautiful, fabulous and detailed.

This is a collection for the party girl in all of us ladies – and after seeing her show, I think it would probably do all of us some good to take on a bit of Lucie Boshier attitude into our lives once in awhile.

For more, check out fashionz.co.nz

ENDS


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