The future is finally here; evidently on every designer’s consciousness when creating a collection that would define that big 2020. By now the clichés of futuristic fashion would be fully played out—LED screens here, space-age boots there, and a whole lot of liquid metallic in the middle—bar Alessandro Michele who, always ahead of the curve, turned out his weird science–inspired “Cyborg Manifesto” collection three seasons ago. With all that out of the way, he could focus on what he does best: the past.
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