Love it or hate it I'm not quite sure!
This was an audacious show, no doubt. De Vincenzo’s flair for embellishment is well established, but there’s always been something decorous about the clothes themselves. He mostly took a pass on notions of appropriateness for Fall. Colors clashed, a dress peeled off the shoulder, and massive pleated pants puddled on the floor. In fact, the more conventional the outfit, the weaker it was, and there were some duds here. But hell, if you’re going to wear an electrified fur in colors not found in nature, you might as well wear a translucent techno silk top and skirt in acid spots to match. If that’s too wild, there are the new bags.