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The designer was inspired by Larry LeGaspi, the man who realized the '70s sci-fi raunchy rock style of iconic performers such as KISS, Grace Jones, George Clinton and Labelle. The result was a sexy, bold look.
Designers explore gender, deconstruct tailoring and hold a magnifying glass up to mundane details. And at Maison Margiela, the result is an explosion of creativity and great clothes.
Amid a backlash against a beloved brand's overhaul, a few Paris fashion houses are offering a beacon for female customers.