The clothes were beautifully diverse: leather shirt dresses, double-breasted blazers, wide-cut trousers, cape-like coats, coat-like dresses, a tux, mini-jackets, and dress-suits, but I personally enjoyed the headwear the best. I knew this would be a good collection from the moment that royal-blue fez opened the show. And then the fiery orange (or red?) head-wrap, wire shaped creations, and tulle masterpieces, but the true show stoppers were the triangle afro's. At that point I don't know, or care, if the attention was on the clothes or the hair, as they both rightfully deserved all the eyes in the world.
It looks like the wardrobe of a character that's always thinking wild and innovative thoughts and challenging the norm on one of the old movies my mom and I watch.