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Coat | Veronica Etro | Italy, Fall 2002-2003 | Red, ochre, and brown wool | The Museum at FIT

Coat | Veronica Etro | Italy, Fall 2002-2003 | Red, ochre, and brown wool | The Museum at FIT

Set | Belgium, Fall 2004 | Grey, black, and ochre rabbit fur, multicolored printed silk, and velvet | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | The Museum at FIT

Set | Belgium, Fall 2004 | Grey, black, and ochre rabbit fur, multicolored printed silk, and velvet | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble | Roberto Cavalli (1940- ) | Italy 2002-2003 | Light blue embroidered denim and printed silk crepe-de-chine | In this ensemble, Roberto Cavalli references the suit of an 18th-century aristocrat with a redingote-style jacket and lavish floral embroidery. Cavalli contrasts this allusion to opulence with humble denim fabric, one of his signature materials, and a sexy micro-mini skirt | Bold combinations of various influences create a single cohesive look | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble | Roberto Cavalli (1940- ) | Italy 2002-2003 | Light blue embroidered denim and printed silk crepe-de-chine | In this ensemble, Roberto Cavalli references the suit of an 18th-century aristocrat with a redingote-style jacket and lavish floral embroidery. Cavalli contrasts this allusion to opulence with humble denim fabric, one of his signature materials, and a sexy micro-mini skirt | Bold combinations of various influences create a single cohesive look | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble (back view) | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Belgium, Fall 2007/2008  | Grey and beige linen, ochre cotton, and gold patent leather | Multi-ethnic references are central to the work of Dries van Noten, in part because of his interest in fine craftsmanship. Historically, luxury has often been associated with foreign trade goods, imported from countries such as India with illustrious textile traditions | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble (back view) | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Belgium, Fall 2007/2008 | Grey and beige linen, ochre cotton, and gold patent leather | Multi-ethnic references are central to the work of Dries van Noten, in part because of his interest in fine craftsmanship. Historically, luxury has often been associated with foreign trade goods, imported from countries such as India with illustrious textile traditions | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble: dress and corset (back view) | Brand: Boudicca (1997- ) | England, Fall 2001 | Off-white cotton canvas, brown leather, and brass | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble: dress and corset (back view) | Brand: Boudicca (1997- ) | England, Fall 2001 | Off-white cotton canvas, brown leather, and brass | The Museum at FIT

Suit | Belgium, Fall 2000 | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Black and white wool, Spandex, and black nylon | The Museum at FIT

Suit | Belgium, Fall 2000 | Dries Van Noten (Belgian, b. 1958) | Black and white wool, Spandex, and black nylon | The Museum at FIT

Suit | Designer: Yohji Yamamoto (born 1943) | Japan, Fall 2006 | Black silk crêpe | The Museum at FIT

Suit | Designer: Yohji Yamamoto (born 1943) | Japan, Fall 2006 | Black silk crêpe | The Museum at FIT

Coat | Designer: Paul Poiret (1879-1944) | France, 1908 | Black faille and gold thread | The Museum at FIT, New York

Coat | Designer: Paul Poiret (1879-1944) | France, 1908 | Black faille and gold thread | The Museum at FIT, New York

Pantsuit | Designer: Yves Saint Laurent (French, 1936-2008) | Beige wool twill with light and dark gray pinstripe | France, circa 1979 | The Museum at FIT

Pantsuit | Designer: Yves Saint Laurent (French, 1936-2008) | Beige wool twill with light and dark gray pinstripe | France, circa 1979 | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble | Designer: Yves Saint Laurent (French, 1936-2008) | Silk | France, 1978 | The Museum at FIT

Ensemble | Designer: Yves Saint Laurent (French, 1936-2008) | Silk | France, 1978 | The Museum at FIT

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