Qui êtes-vous, Polly Magoo?, the satire of the fashion industry directed by photographer William Klein in 1966, came to life on the Marc Jacobs runway tonight with mod jumpsuits and column gowns, most of them a mix of black-and-white stripes or patterns. We predict that one of the last looks of the tongue-in-cheek collection will be ripe for the red-carpet, despite its ocular overload. Click on the image to zoom in on the sequins set against the tentacle-like kick panels — just perfect for full leg photo ops.
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