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Comme des Garçons

Spring 11

The look This avant-garde collection had a cut and paste feel as mismatched fabrics, different hemlines and styles were melded together. The black and white monochrome palette was the unifying element.

Key pieces Tailored jackets were often double breasted, or had contrast black panelling across the bust. Selected jackets also featured a second overlaid cape-style sleeve. Wet-look dresses came with moulded busts and thick leather belts.

Commercial appeal Some pieces will appeal to a wider market, such as the wet-look dresses and the less avant-garde tailored jackets in contrast fabric. Overall though, this was a difficult collection to translate to the mainstream.

Footwear and accessories Flat white and black lace-up shoes were worn with black socks.

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