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Haider Ackermann

Born in Bogotá, Colombia, but raised by French adoptive parents, Haider spent his childhood in Ethiopia, Chad, Algeria, and France before the family moved to the Netherlands. Haider Ackermann has brought the richness of his cosmopolitan childhood into his way of designing, and merged it to his love for the work of Yves Saint Laurent, his main source of inspiration. Karl Lagerfeld proclaimed him his ideal successor at Chanel, and many call him a 'new Yves Saint-Laurent'. His style consists in simple cuts, often asymmetric and mixing different materials, for streetwear featuring feminine silhouettes sophisticated and refined.
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Haider Ackermann Blue Midi Camisole Dress
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Haider Ackermann longline draped shirt - Brown
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Haider Ackermann long sleeve wrap dress - Blue
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Long Silk Satin Tunic
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Silk Chiffon Kaftan
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Haider Ackermann leopard print pony hair oversized jacket - White
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Haider Ackermann high waist tailored trousers - Black
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Haider Ackermann cropped corduroy trousers - White
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Haider Ackermann elastic waist cropped pants - Red
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Haider Ackermann oversized knitted jumper - Neutrals
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Haider Ackermann high waisted cropped trousers - Blue
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Haider Ackermann off-centre fastening jacket - Green
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Haider Ackermann white bomber jacket - Neutrals
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Jacquard Silk Skinny Pants
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Haider Ackermann zipped ankle boots - Brown
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Haider Ackermann HAIDER ACKERMANN 1941402E176001K 001 WEDDELL WHITE+ Natural (Veg)->Cotton
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Haider Ackermann Black Contrast Weddel Blouse
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Haider Ackermann longline V-neck camisole - Green
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Haider Ackermann Bondi stripe detail trousers - Black
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Haider Ackermann long sleeve striped shirt - White
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Haider Ackermann velvet sweater - Black