Designer: Viktor & Rolf

Location: Paris, France

Season: Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week Fall 2017

Key Pieces: Every single piece constructed out of the MA-1 padded Japanese fabric is an utter feat of artistic engineering. Whether it’s pleated, bowed, towered or elongated, the design duo has successfully elevated one of the most pedestrian wardrobe mainstays (the bomber jacket) into something wildly magnificent.

Editor’s Notes: The artsy Dutch design duo proves once again why they’re best left to create in the haute couture playground, swapping models in favor of huge, creepy-cute doll heads to don its dresses this season. Of course, once the parade of couture Bratz dolls had shown off the house’s weird and wonderful wares, they all hit the runway once more, this time with their MA-1 jacket sculptures unzipped to reveal patchwork denim and easy staples and the model's human forms on show.

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