Alexandre Herchcovitch spliced together military details with decidedly feminine clothes, sometimes intriguingly, as in a silk georgette dress that had utilitarian khaki sleeves, and sometimes amusingly, as in the closing ruffled numbers, featuring epaulets and frilly tiers at the shoulders, derriere and, yes, crotch.

Alexandre Herchcovitch spliced together military details with decidedly feminine clothes, sometimes intriguingly, as in a silk georgette dress that had utilitarian khaki sleeves, and sometimes amusingly, as in the closing ruffled numbers, featuring epaulets and frilly tiers at the shoulders, derriere and, yes, crotch.

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