The designer, who was not shy about using the occasional military reference as well as traditional Asian motifs, showed bomber jackets (some embroidered with the house logo), sheer veiling, tattoo embroideries, and one unmissable cargo jacket-cum-kimono with lavish stitch work inside and out. And in fact the collection wasn’t completely devoid of archival prints, even if they weren’t the focus. This time, he layered a woodblock motif over the vintage find to make it modern, and used it for a bomber and matching pajama pants, as well as for a long evening dress with lace inset above the bust and a sexy cutout below it.
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