Along a similar vein, Huelle constructed a pouffy-sleeved housecoat, made of taffeta, and he demonstrated how the scrunched sleeves could be fluffed up with a tug.
Pushing deeper with his home-dressing exploration, Huelle stuck to his aim of keeping the collection simple. T-shirt dresses carried a ring of taffeta at the bottom, silk satin blouses and dresses were loose and rearrangeable; pulled open in front to show more skin, or pushed back, covering the front for a more demure attitude. He steered clear of lockdown cliches — no more jogging pants, please — and avoided jeans, although he did take his scissors to a jean jacket, cutting it apart to insert a cinchable waist, transforming the silhouette into something dressier, Fifties-style.
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