>> It was a sexy play between extremes for Viktor & Rolf's Fall 2012 collection — think deeply covered vs. utterly exposed. Fur dominated, but it was often set against sheer fabrics, used on trim on lingerie-inspired dresses, or even snaking down a glamorous off-the-shoulder evening gown. Where fur was the main attraction, it was sliced and trimmed à la Edward Scissorhands, lending a quirky beauty. The rest of the collection received Viktor & Rolf's signature off-kilter perspective, where classic silhouettes are never what they seem — pleats, slits, and trims were cut in surprising spots (back instead of front), fringe was paired with ruffles, pants were oversize, cuffs extended; it was a glamorous collection for the woman who never wants to look like anyone else.
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