Calvin Klein, as we all know, is renowned for his classic minimalism. Francisco Costa's spring line was distinctively CK, but not necessarily his most wearable: it was aggressively architectural, and while some of the origami-like pieces, in their muted white, nude and cobalt palette, were very pretty, others just looked like stiff silk faille boxes plunked on top of incidental bodies: read, not exactly flattering. What say you, friends? Click on the picture at left to see the gallery.(Click on any image to begin gallery)