“Why can’t a woman look more like a Rubik’s Cube?” were among Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s eye-popping propositions, as he put that graphic pattern on a catsuit, but beyond the wackier fare were wearable new-rave styles — schoolgirl blazers, pleated skirts and stars-and-stripes spangled jackets — sure to please his following of indie girls.

"Why can't a woman look more like a Rubik's Cube?" were among Jean-Charles de Castelbajac's eye-popping propositions, as he put that graphic pattern on a catsuit, but beyond the wackier fare were wearable new-rave styles — schoolgirl blazers, pleated skirts and stars-and-stripes spangled jackets — sure to please his following of indie girls.

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