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Calvin Klein puts sophistication in deconstruction

PLEASE NOTE: RUNWAY MUSIC CONTAINS PROFANITY ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Francisco Costa marked 10 years with a post-apocalyptic collection for spring 2014 at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York on Thursday (September 12). The outfits seemed fiercely scavenged, as though Costa had rummaged through piles of admittedly high-end scraps of silk and leather. Several dresses consisted of broad hoops of fabric encircling the body without clean vertical lines. A knee-length skirt had an abundance of fabric flapping off one side. Sleeves on the matching top ended at the elbow in dangling loose threads. Indeed, the fraying hems brought the threat of unravelling everywhere, making the outfits seem loaded with back stories. In press notes, the designer called the line controlled elevated deconstruction. After the show, he described his Calvin Klein woman for spring. "She is very eclectic, she is worldly, you know, that's what we

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