• Dressing For Protection: How A/W18 Brought Us Life-Resistant Clothing

    6 monthes ago - By AnOther

    Of the many items of clothing Norma Kamali dreamt up in the 1970s - the designer propositioned a glamorous take on sportswear for the Studio 54 set in lamé and lycra - there is one whose appeal lingers. It was entitled the Sleeping Bag Coat - a padded, ankle-length jacket made, in its early iteration at least, from two sleeping bags stitched together and given armholes.
    Eminently wearable (it was as likely to be worn by Studio 54's bouncers as the revellers inside)...
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