The whole world could go to ruffles, froth and lace — and Balenciaga’s Nicolas Ghesquière would still be committed to experimental fashion. His fall collection for the house was full of remarkable, complicated clothes, which included sculpted coatdresses and Mongolian lamb-detailed jackets worn with balloon skirts. Here, one of the latter combinations. For more on the shows, see today's Fall 2004 Reviews.

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