L’Wren Scott conjured England in the early 1900s with a lineup of beautiful claret velvet and printed silk tea-length dresses, which added a gentle dose of fluidity to the collection and underscored the designer’s stance that her clothes are not just for one body type — hers. “Anyone can wear these,” she insisted. Indeed, this season she opted for a more romantic mood, with sweeping capes, textured fabrics and touches of fur for shrugs and scarves. Referring to her quirkier look — very high-waisted velvet pants and a red ponyskin suit — the designer said, “The L’Wren Scott girl is still irreverent and has a hard edge.” Her very rich collection delivered it all — even caviar, which, she playfully noted, was served for lunch to correspond with her newest dresses with caviar beading.

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