The late Andre Courrèges paved the road for rising designers who seek to experiment with modern technology and new fabrics. Courrèges, known for pioneering the notorious go-go boots of the sixties and seventies, derived inspiration from both the modernist and futurist art movements, tailoring vinyl-coated elevated womenswear, balanced by handpicked cotton shirts. Though Courrèges passed away in 2016, his eponymous brand immortalizes his legacy in the industry, and the collective treads on specializing in minimalist and experimental clothing.

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