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DESIGNING FOR A WORLD IN WHICH EVERYTHING HAS ALREADY HAPPENED.

Tom Ford FW:15 : The sleek 60's silhouette of it, Op Art dinner jackets, that tight little shearling.Tom Ford FW 15 : The sleek 60's silhouette of it, Op Art dinner jackets, that tight little shearling.

Jorge Luis Borges has nothing to do with contemporary menswear (though you never know, these days, which supremely ironic designer is going to dress an army of pretty boys in the author's signature sagging suits). Yet Borges once said something which is certainly true for fashion shows in this moment.

The Argentine writer proposed the idea that it is very possible that everything in the universe has already happened and we are nothing but on going echoes of that initial occurrence.

Looking at the calvacade of the Fall/Winter 2015 Men's shows with their assembly line precision amplified by their serial march of beautiful boys and girls, what a dedicated follower of fashion experienced was beyond deja vu. It was a great sense of a loop.

#PFW Spring 2014: High Frequency Cool, Low Frequency Luxe

Vuitton Spring 2014 via style.comVuitton Spring 2014 via style.com

So back stage at the Vuitton, the beautiful young man is being taught exactly how to clutch his LV carryon...

Scoop du Jour: Saint Laurent: It's not your mother's YSL

A house intent on a radical realignment with the New Digital Youth.A house intent on a radical realignment with the New Digital Youth.

I do love a dinner with fashion forward kids who know clothes and make clothes and turn their purchases inside out to look at the seams and the finish.

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