Per Vogue, Jonathan Anderson “said the gold or monochrome feathers were there to divide our view of the faces beneath them as part of his consideration of forced perspective,” which appeared in general as “garments that stretched your expectations of scale and setting. House labels were transformed into smocked shirts. Vests were fronted in sections of what resembled watch strap links, or mother of pearl.” Okay! But the real question is whether anyone WILL take chance on wearing these head-to-toe. Orville Peck, are you out there?

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