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Ruohan Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear: Subtle Touch

Chinese designer Ruohan Nie offered a subtle yet elevated take on the everyday for fall 2024.

Nie said the collection is the final chapter of her three-part series that explores forms, lines, and points. But that abstract inspiration did not translate in a legible way on the runway, leaving the audience in the dark on the overall narrative.

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What came through, however, was the layerings, the cozy-looking fabrics, and elongated shapes in beige, black, white, gray and red, which in itself was solid, elevated and commercially viable.

But her show coming on the final day of a month’s worth of shows, which ended with a bang with heavy hitters like Miu Miu and Louis Vuitton, required something more expressive than what Nie offered here.

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Launch Gallery: Ruohan Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear Collection

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