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  • fw 2008

    fw 2008
    new yorkNEW YORK

    laird BORELLI-PERSSON: japan was again the starting point of the sisters’ journey, but the happy, shiny, pastel-colored, and manga-inflected confections of spring gave way to “slasher” dresses in black, white, and bloodred. the mulleavys turned their imaginations loose on “the connection between the kabuki tradition and that of modern japanese horror films.” yes, the gothic knitwear had a torn-web quality, and the torturous, sadomachistic shoes [a reworking of last season’s] wrung winces from the audience, but the show was bigger than just that, more ambitious. string sculptures by the german-american artist eva hesse gave birth to the shaggy pieces with a primitive rag-doll look. romantic, full-skirted cocktail numbers looked like they could have been painted by the impressionist edgar degas.

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