Comme Des Garcons: Mad, Plaid, And Dangerous To Know

Cathy Horyn of the New York Times feels that the Comme des Garcons Fall 2010 show "was fascinating and well done," and I happen to agree. I think I'll let the clothes speak for themselves this time:

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ASmallTurnip
A Small Turnip

I feel like if Armageddon comes, and someone survives to design a fashion line a hundred years from now, it will look something like this. That is, if the only available fabrics are MacAuley Clan tartan and cast-off hollowfibre duvets from John Lewis.

Post-apocalyptic fashion looks cosy.