Yesterday's 3.1 Phillip Lim show was influenced by nineties grunge — it's been nearly twenty years since Kurt Cobain's death, and fashion is always cyclical. The collection opened with ditsy florals paired with clunky black sandals before segueing into the requisite plaids and crop tops. But rather than traditional flannel, Lim added sequins, toyed with sheer fabrics, or, in the case of this dress, used the pattern as animal-shaped appliqués on a dress. Click to zoom in on the menagerie of creatures hidden in the look.
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