LOS ANGELES — It all started with the vest.

After the news broke in late March that Nicolas Ghesquière had, indeed, copied the 1973 patchwork vest by a relatively obscure designer named Kaisik Wong, the San Francisco fashion artist (as he’s often referred to) who died in 1990 was suddenly not so obscure anymore.

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