Stephan Schneider Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

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Published July 12, 2014

Stephan Schneider Spring/Summer 2015–The world of perfumes serves as a major influence on the new collection for spring/summer 2015 by Stephan Schneider. Light, breezy fabrics take on the appearance of a designer scent, either via the smart composition of various muted tones or simply being adorned with stylized images of flacons. In lesser hands, this theming could have come off as rather forced and trite, but here it’s executed with ample nuance and taste—happily, the collection comes out rather smelling of roses.


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