‘WOMEN CABINET’: BELLAGED BY THE LATE ’10’ AND ’11’ OF THE ’10’, ANALYSIS CONTINUES

The ’10 and 11′ women’s clothing lines that were on sale at the time included a range of women’s dresses and tops that were mostly made of stretch fabrics, with some being made from a softer fabric called alpaca.

The women’s department store, the Bellagio, was one of the stores that featured the “100-year-old, handmade, hand-crafted” designs.

The fashion designer and designer of the line, Sarah Stirling, was also a fashion critic at the New York Times, which said she was the first woman in the history of the magazine to cover the brand.

There was also an “80s-inspired line”, which included a “women’s suit with buttoned lapels and a white button-down”.

The Bellagios range was also in the spotlight in 2015, when the brand’s founder, designer and chief creative officer, Anna Wojcicki, was photographed with a large, “feminist, red carpet” style suit with a red collar.

The brand’s new range will be available in stores this autumn.