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Though it wasn’t exactly couture, Brian Kirkby and Zowie Broach, the designers of the British label Boudicca, showed a small presentation of luxury confections. Broach explained that they wanted to explore the idea of transparency (think juxtaposed layers of translucent lace and cotton) as a counterpoint to their first fragrance, Wode, which is packaged in a graffiti can and is billed as a visible perfume. (It comes out blue before turning transparent.) In fact, many of the dresses had invisible prints that were visible only when the fragrance was applied. But with their airy elegance, the dresses didn’t need that gimmick to look cool.

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