It was a restrained and slightly more sophisticated offering from the wild child of British fashion this time around. Definitely more wearable than some of his kookier-themed collections. Is that a good thing? For the bottom line, sure. And if that means a bigger audience, then I’m all for it. Gareth Pugh for H&M, anyone? Anyway. I love love love the restricted arms, the ruffles in the second pic, the severe cut, the capes, the bold primary colors, the face mesh, and the murderous knitting needles as hair ornaments. Not too crazy about the crinoline cascading down the back side of the last pic. I used to do that. Tuck a tutu in my pants before I walked out the door. It’s called k-hole dressing and it never goes over well.