Hong Kong Tatler - - Style File -

Once the wardrobe sta­ple of the late 1980s, cu­lottes are mak­ing a come­back un­der Clare Waight Keller. In a typ­i­cally pretty col­lec­tion, cu­lottes epit­o­mised the theme of fem­i­nine soft­ness—worn long and short, and fash­ioned from the float­i­est of fab­rics to show off per­fect legs. In­deed, light-as-a-feather ma­te­rial was key, flut­ter­ing around legs as shorts, dresses and skirts. The ad­di­tion of the cosiest of coats en­sured the col­lec­tion’s prac­ti­cal­ity. Large was the or­der of the day; think cud­dly du­vets, gi­ant snug­gly cowl necks, and fur and feath­ers. Knitwear was gor­geously soft and creamy, and one dress even had pock­ets to keep your hands warm. The mod­els’ hair was long, loose and flow­ing, em­pha­sis­ing the theme.

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