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Ports 1961 AW14

The sultry voice of Charlotte Rampling plays out during a show of controlled monochrome

TextEmma WymanPhotographyPaolo Musa

Initial reaction:

A line up of military influenced tailoring and pleats inspired by the ‘subversive sensuality’ of Fiona Cibani’s muse, Charlotte Rampling. 

Majorly monochrome:

A minimal, controlled and restrained palette of black, white and navy was accented with paneled pleating, sequins, zips and fur. 

Unexpected details:

Small boxy bags with oversized fur handles and a striking black and silver crocodile print jacquard dress. 

Dynamic set:

A significantly strong wind machine blew the pleats and the models hair dramatically, as they walked down the runway. 


A 1970s Charlotte Rampling monologue opened and closed the show. Speaking about shooting her first black-and-white nudes with Helmut Newton, this voice over set the scene of seventies seduction.

Models: Josephine Le Tutour Josephine Le Tutou (@JosephineLT_), Tilda Lindstam (@tildalindstam), Meghan Collson (@meghancollison), Katlin Aas (@AasKatlin), Nastya Sten (@Kusakina_Nastya), Sasha Luss (@RealSashaLuss), Auguste Abeliunaite (@msaugustina), Anna Ewers, Ola Rudnicka, Saskia de Brauw (@SBrauw), Ji Hye Park (@JiHyePark0206), Irene Hiemstra (@irenehiemstra_x), Malaika Firth (@malaikafirth), Sigrid Agren (@Sigridagren), Taya Ermoshkina, Ophelie Guillermand (@ophelieguillermand), Senait Gidey (@senaitgidey), Jourdan Dunn (@officialjdunn), Joan smalls (@Joansmalls).