Gaspard Yurkievich said he designed for “a woman and a mistress,” but this fictional femme fatale proved an elusive creature, with only a couple of crinkled trenchcoats with sheer silk backs to liven up a parade of stiff cotton separates that was more “domestic” than “goddess.”

Gaspard Yurkievich said he designed for “a woman and a mistress,” but this fictional femme fatale proved an elusive creature, with only a couple of crinkled trenchcoats with sheer silk backs to liven up a parade of stiff cotton separates that was more “domestic” than “goddess.”

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