Donna Karan came up with a great collection that went back to her own first success, the Seven Easy Pieces sensation of the mid-eighties. For anyone who needs a refresher, Seven Easy Pieces was an innovative black bodysuit-based wardrobe, Karan’s answer to the fashion excesses of the day. Fast-forward 30 years and take a look at the current street-style phenomenon. It’s fair to say that we’re living through another rather baroque period.
She worked in a strictly neutral palette, with shades of stone, camel, black and rich chocolate brown. She also upped the luxury ante with lavish furs to curly shearling purses! Evening continued in the same vein, with sinuous jersey and pieced satin gowns clinging to the models.