- 1.You’ll See Your Legs.
Skirts shot up to the bottom of the bum in a variety of different shapes: full at Miu Miu, narrow at Prada, mod at Balenciaga, disco-hot in Gucci gold. In a related trend, opaque tights and leggings were popular on both sides of the ocean.
- 2.You’ll Need a Flashlight for Your Closet.
Colorful it was not. Head-to-toe black, often tempered with white, was widespread. It was sleek at Fendi and Lanvin, romantic on an Alexander McQueen Empire-waisted lace evening dress. The combo is, of course, a classic at Chanel, where a white suit and black satin blouse were spot-on.
- 3.You’ll Channel Annie Hall, Again.
Masculine suiting appeared at Comme des Garçons, Marni, Louis Vuitton, and Alexander McQueen in a slouchy, oversize way. The few feminine touches (subtle corseting at Comme, a leather bow at Vuitton) are bold and urban.