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Rhapsody In Plume

Designers just can't get enough of feathers. From shifts with tiers to light-as-air "Swan Lake" numbers, avian confections keep migrating back into fashion, as seen in this look from Diane von Furstenberg.

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Fendi's Karl Lagerfeld went into the woods for fall - literally. Against a wintry forest backdrop, he sent out a collection full of nature references, including appliques and furs with leaf motifs and all manner of feathers. Here, his plumed, belted...

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Designers just can’t get enough of feathers. From shifts with tiers to light-as-air “Swan Lake” numbers, avian confections keep migrating back into fashion.

Fowl Play

Fendi’s Karl Lagerfeld went into the woods for fall — literally. Against a wintry forest backdrop, he sent out a collection full of nature references, including appliqués and furs with leaf motifs and all manner of feathers. Here, his plumed, belted dress.

PHOTOS BY JOHN AQUINO, GEORGE CHINSEE, GIOVANNI GIANNONI, DAVIDE MAESTRI, DOMINIQUE MAITRE AND MAURICIO MIRANDA

This story first appeared in the March 12, 2008 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.

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