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Inspired by the Chelsea Physics Garden, which was founded in 1673, Giles Deacon’s Fall/Winter 2015 show was a macabre exploration of Stuart period fashions. Corset lacing, topcoats, and capes dominated the collection and hardly a single look lacked a version of a ruff. Deacon continued to work ruffles, bows, and bishop sleeves into each exaggerated ensemble, and different black fabrics—patent leather, silk, velvet—gave each piece a new layer of gothic. Topped with vampy purple lipstick, models looked like characters from the most fashionable nightmare you have ever had.
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