It's apparent from Saturday's collections that this is not going to be the year for the female figure. Most everything coming down the runway is oversized proportions — billowy A-line top over billowy A-line bottom — or shapeless and boxy. Either way, curves are out and androgynous is back in. But in a very late '90s meets the late '80s kind of way.Tres
bizarre. Thus far, the fall collections have not incited Cat to anything but apathy, but get a peek for yourself at the day's good, bad and amusing. Samples are below, or for the full views, visitwww.fashionweek.com
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