Jan 13, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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Paris: The Aganovich girl is an intellectual dresser, one who appreciates cerebral craftsmanship, which is often challenging to the eye. In this vein, F/W 13 was a collaged collection of wearable art, using the body as a canvas for dense satin and wool garments that were folded like origami, draped, pleated and pieced-together in myriad variations. There was a lot for the eye to take in: Asymmetric lapels, double waistlines, and layered cloaks added intrigue to almost monastic smock and cloaked silhouettes. Take some of the looks apart and more wearble pieces emerge including a nubby blouson sleeve knit dress, a pinstripe satin pajama shirt and cocoon coats and jackets that were the height of sculptural polish. — Natalie Shukur
Silhouette: Asymmetric / Draped / Voluminous / Collaged
Color: Shades of gray—from elephant to steel to ash / Bronze / Royal Blue / Black / Violet / Ochre / White
Key Items: Smock dresses / Bishop sleeve coats / Double-waist pants / Fan pleat skirts / Cloaks
Materials: Satin / Felt / Merino knits / Wool
Print + Pattern: Color blocking
Details + Trim: Folded collars & lapels / Double waists / Tiered fan pleats / Draping / Color blocks / contrast binding / Bishop sleeves / Ruched and twisted fabrics
Accessories + Footwear: Flat ruched satin boots
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