Horror films — the ones made by Universal Studios in Thirties — are a source of fascination for Kane, who transposed the faces of Frankenstein, Count Dracula, and The Mummy onto T-shirts, sweatshirts, knitwear, and even velvet slippers for this cheeky — but still sophisticated — men’s collection. Kane also worked a wild animal theme, turning out white shirts with furry, detachable jaguar-print collars, and spongy knits with 3-D patterns that resembled leopard print. Pops of color came in the form of purple or midnight blue velvet trousers. Outerwear was strong with an oversized black wool coat that could easily hang in Dracula’s closet and some nifty, lightweight puffer jackets with leather panels and trimmings.

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