Thomas Tait’s arresting fall outing hewed closer to performance art than fashion show.

There were shades of the Bauhaus and Constructivist movements inthe primary color palette and exaggerated curved and angularsilhouettes. Meanwhile, the models had an eerie, clownish air: They woreboots with elongated toes and curved heels, their eyes daubed withshades of blue, yellow and red.

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