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Editorial

Black, which is shaping up to be one of the key colours next winter, dominated the show at Vera Wang who, perhaps tired of being associated with wedding gowns, presented a modest, minimal collection built using men’s tailoring with feminine pieces. So a wool blazer converted to a cropped jacket was worn over an extra-long skirt, or a coat with sleeves cut out at the shoulders was worn open over a mini-dress with deep V neckline or a long white tunic. In addition, a bustier top came with lace insets and extra-large trousers with elastic and drawstring waist, a shirt or wool blouse was decorated with floral appliqués, the waistband of a pair of trousers – pockets included – was inserted into a long velvet dress at hip height. Footwear included black boots with white soles. Unisex.