At the Etro show on Friday, the story was already dramatic, with a bold digital backdrop of what looked like a skeleton — with a similar pattern on a dress, the bones printed from neck to ankle, with gaps at either side for twin stretches of flesh.
He’s often labeled as a never-to-be-tamed bachelor, but he’s actually one of these supposedly desirable divorcés.
(He was married to actress Talia Balsam — who now plays Mona Sterling on “Mad Men” — from 1989 to 1993.
According to Frances, pitting two types of men against each other based on their life experiences isn’t necessarily all that helpful to women, either.
“All of this information has to be read with a grain of salt,” she says.
Perhaps the most intelligent use of length was from Gabriele Colangelo, one of Milan’s rising stars and a designer who understands that modern fashion is as much about texture and fabric treatment as about cut and hemline lengths.