cites signs, symbols, and uniforms as her fall '14 collection's starting point. And, sure enough, the line seemed to represent a few different groups. There were the futuristic space babes, in their flowy, floor-length gowns with intricate, Giger-esque prints resembling schematic drawings. There were the androgynous girls in their prim, shiny floral suits. The warrior goddesses in dresses equal parts metallic armor and flowing Grecian fabric. And, there were the decked-out diva dresses, featuring all manner of sequins and three-dimensional metal embellishments.
It was an ambitious, far-reaching collection, somehow made cohesive by Katrantzou's use of a subtle, subdued palette and canny way with fabrication (hello, bias-cut snakeskin). Click on to choose your style tribe.
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