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The Takeaway

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Models lining up before Prada, Milan, February 19.  

Even after the models have changed back into jeans and Converse, the light banks and tents have been disassembled, and the designers have left the building, a fashion show doesn’t really end. In fact, it’s just the beginning for the clothes, for the people who will bring them to market, and for the rest of us to absorb and perhaps to wear. The next pages foretell the return of the stiletto (higher than ever), the advent of goth lite, the next generation of suits (they don’t match), and a radical rethinking of some classics (white shirts, black dresses, and the tuxedo). All this, plus a flurry of fur, some close-up time with Karl Lagerfeld, and a deeper look at the often-overlooked design genius of Halston, whose spirit and name returned once again.


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