Vladimir Karaleev continued his cut-and-go tactics in his Berlin presentation, a mostly still life of calculated disarray. Karaleev’s signature loose ends gave a languid finish to silk crepe, crepe du chine and voile in muted browns and moody blues. Fine textures met rough and tough elements, with new elliptical loops and elastic tunnel waist treatments, even on tops. And to prove he has nothing against finished hems, a pair of pleated pants had cuffs pulled up with one stitch for those too lazy to roll their own.

Vladimir Karaleev continued his cut-and-go tactics in his Berlin presentation, a mostly still life of calculated disarray. Karaleev'ssignature loose ends gave a languid finish to silk crepe, crepe du chine and voile in muted browns and moody blues. Fine textures met rough and tough elements, with new elliptical loops and elastictunnel waist treatments, even on tops.And to prove he has nothing against finished hems,a pair ofpleated pants had cuffs pulled up with one stitch for those too lazy to roll their own.

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