Chloë Sevigny unveiled her second collection for Opening Ceremony at London Fashion Week. This time she did something different, which the economy all but demands of every designer these days: a unisex line. She calls her 2009 offerings a "slight homage" to Miguel Adrover, one of her favorite designers, with notes of "gay lumberjack" and English punk. Prices range from $95 for a scarf to $945 for an overcoat. "There’s much less pressure doing men’s, and because this collection is unisex and oversized, I felt like I could have more fun,” Chloë told WWD. “Except for the trousers — getting the fit right was really difficult.” See the whole line and decide if she succeeded in the slideshow.
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