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Editorial

Drapes and twists. Rick Owens focused mainly on these two details to transform dresses into swirls of tulle that climbed and wrapped around the body. The sculpted tops were reinforced by ‘wings’ made of buckram cloth, a material used in book binding, which added solidity to the shoulders, while asymmetric cloaks boasted fur appliqués. Other draped and twisted evening tunics were covered with ostrich feather capes, while splits revealed boots of various lengths, some stiff other slouchy. The colours were powdery lavender, yellow, grey, white, black, with unexpected colour blocking on zipped cassocks.