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CK1: Calvin Gets Back To Basics. Again.

What would a 90s revival be without a liberal dose of Calvin Klein minimalism? Francisco Costa has claimed this line was based on CK's famed spring 1994 collection - and the influence is obvious. So is the rumpling.

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Calling Peter Gabriel. That is all.


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The nightgown is back. Can the slipdress be far behind?


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This organic texturing is one of the more engaging elements of the collection.


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We would've gotten the "Japanese" reference without the geta-like footwear.


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There was a lot done with crinkling. Would Francisco be offended to know I was reminded of my mom's Eileen Fisher phase?


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I'm going to go with, "yes."


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Spring '94 was the collection that introduced Kate Moss. Back then this would have been layered with about 20 androgynous tees.


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The slight refinements of cut elevate its simplicity. Well, almost.



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Good to know nipples are back this season. I already have two.