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Boohoo.com A/W 2015 Collection Preview


By Laura Chabal
09th Oct 2015
Boohoo.com A/W 2015 Collection Preview

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Boohoo.com presented their Autumn/Winter collection yesterday at Soder & Co in Dublin.

The collection was all kinds of fabulous, from?a strong 70s influence with faux fur gilets, paisley prints, hints of metallics, fringe and soft denim to a bohemian earthy inspiration with asymmetric garments, silky and flowy fabrics and a gorgeously purist collection with clean cuts, fresh colours giving you an easy elegance.

They also gave a preview of their Christmas collection which will be available at boohooNIGHTS, showcasing glitter and glam and some wonderfully festive jumpers.

Pictures by Brian McEvoy