A quick rundown of the looks shows you the breadth and width of this collection: there were leg-framing tweed coats woven with metallic thread, double skirts that unzipped to unveil a second layer beneath, cozy oversized sweaters, one-piece suits, layered dresses, quilted parkas worn with matching skirts, fur patchwork separates, armor-like sheath dresses decorated with dark blossoms, schoolgirl frocks, and more (and more and more). Second-skin thigh-high boots, colorful caps, and shapely handbags helped accessorize the looks. Some have called Karl a fashion dictator because his reign is so supreme, but what they’ve overlooked in this assessment is that the majority of us would willingly elect him as our leader. With output this grand, iconic, and modern we find no need to substitute for anything inferior.
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written by GRACE GORDON