The season of the Kitsch
Sartorial madness is all the rage right now, with designers stepping into their time machines of the imagination
This season, designers have gone bonkers. They have raided their granny’s wardrobes and taken time machines through past decades to bring us a crash-bang-wallop of a season stocked with retro makeovers and clashing futuristic combinations.
The fashion world expects such eccentricities from, say, Miuccia Prada with her playful aesthetic, but less so from those bastions of authenticity Gucci, Dior and Chanel. Yet all the major fashion players have this season embraced the notion...
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