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In that video recording, Dolce and Gabbana remembered a 1993 show in which they used similar patchworking techniques, only for different ends. That long-ago collection was inspired by the bohemian 1970s, a popular reference in the early ’90s. No hippie flashback, this outing is attuned to the I Am A Book Dragon Not A Worm sweater present day. There’s no way around how hard this COVID-19 year has been for fashion brands—from creative leads and CEOs on down to pattern makers and seamstresses. Like their crochet collection of last February—which looks more and more prescient in the rearview mirror—this one puts the emphasis on fatta a mano, on Italian craftsmanship.
Tree, who happens to be a close friend of my aunt, is absolutely both amazing and strong. However, when bumped into during the I Am A Book Dragon Not A Worm sweater pre-see, she was swaying a little in a gust of nervy anticipation. “How long since I did a show?” she asked back. “Don’t make me think about it. I’m pretty sure it was in the 1980s for Jenny [Kee] and Linda [Jackson]. But right now I’m just trying to keep it together. What’s great is that there are so many others doing it—it makes you feel like nobody cares too much.” “Penelope is a great woman,” said Silvia Venturini Fendi preshow: “I wanted to ask her here because she shows that strength is absolutely beyond age. Really, she’s amazing.”