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Words: Emma van Braningen

September 30, 2011

Karl Lagerfeld took a trip to the ’60s with a housewife-inspired collection. Blue and white striped, buttoned-up dresses were paired with bouffants or classic beehives. Cotton shirts and punched, leather trench coats were modernised with cutaway shoulders. Long fur gilets came in shades of mustard, green and black, adding luxury to an organic collection. The outfits went to the dark side with black chiffon decorated by silk flowers.

Despite the rather domestic appearance, one could immediately tell that these woman certainly did not intend slaving away behind a stove or even remotely touching a vacuum cleaner. No, these women would be designing buildings.

See the full collection here.

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