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Balmain

Pierre Alexandre . 1914--82, French couturier
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Known for magnificent tailoring and unorthodox materials, Balmain, under the creative directorship of Olivier Rousteing, turned mummies into a fashion uniform for the upcoming season.
The clearest clash is in the curtain fabric, again by Balmain and Balmain, where a strong tangerine clean-edged stripe sits close to a wonderful lipstick pink.
The Balmain Paris fashion house created Hair Couture to achieve high fashion every day.
Both accessories come with a matching suede case that's adorned with a Balmain plaque and Balmain's coin zipper pull. 
Speaking about Balmain's creative director, Olivier Rousteing, to the New York Times, Ricky said, "He's just not afraid.
In late summer Kim posted an Instagram shot of three Balmain jackets Olivier had gifted the then two-year-old.
One shopper tweeted: "Went to see the Balmain collection and there was a fight.
The Princes Street branch is the only one in Scotland to stock the Balmain range.
There are just 12 days to go until Balmain x H&M hits the shelves.
Fall in line fashionistas because the 'Balmain Army' is coming to the kingdom and this coveted couture will now be affordable for us haute hotties and the fireworks will be blasting again in City Centre Bahrain.