Andrew GN Keeps it Real at PFW

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by Maria Tunix

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10.03.2013

While many designers appeared to be pushing a bit far into a semi futuristic dimension, Andrew GN managed to buck the trend and keep it real with his Spring/Summer 2014 offerings, seen below at the Paris Fashion Week:

The designer, who hails from Singapore, drew on cubists such as Pablo Picasso for inspiration.  From color to cut, a little something for everyone could be seen on the runway.  We especially like the earthy green tones they incorporated.

See all of the action at the Paris Fashion Week on FashionTV.

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