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The long & short of it

La Perla's creative director Julia Haart shares the biggest trends in inner and outerwear this season.

My favourite thing about fashion is that it has now come to embrace comfort. There are no longer rigid trends, no more specific rules about what's hot, what's not. The biggest trend we are seeing this year is the desire to be comfortable is one's own skin and not suffer in the name of haute couture. Clothes shouldn't restrict your move ment or constrict

It's the closest thing to your body

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