Jean-Charles de Castelbajac rolled out one witty idea after another: portrait dresses featuring a fringe-haired Andy Warhol or Michael Jackson (circa the Jackson Five era); delightful Muppet-print smokings; Kermit the Frog intarsia sweaters, and the political pièce de résistance: the dollar-bill dress with Barack Obama’s mug in lieu of George Washington’s.

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac rolled out one witty idea after another: portrait dresses featuring a fringe-haired Andy Warhol or Michael Jackson (circa the Jackson Five era); delightful Muppet-print smokings; Kermit the Frog intarsia sweaters, and the political pièce de résistance: the dollar-bill dress with Barack Obama’s mug in lieu of George Washington’s.

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