Brian Wolk and Claude Morais tried to see how far they could take the tuxedo with their fall collection, which was made up of variations on penguin suits, as well as lace dresses — the Victoria to their Victor. The feminine half of the show was poised for a good time in girlish dresses with swingy fringe skirts, but the mannish looks were stiff as a board in square silhouettes, like boxy jackets accented with rigid patent leather, and cropped trousers in thick tweeds.

Brian Wolk and Claude Morais tried to see how far they could take the tuxedo with their fall collection, which was made up of variations on penguin suits, as well as lace dresses — the Victoria to their Victor. The feminine half of the show was poised for a good time in girlish dresses with swingy fringe skirts, but the mannish looks were stiff as a board in square silhouettes, like boxy jackets accented with rigid patent leather, and cropped trousers in thick tweeds.

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