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Tie-dyed robes evoked the serenity of the Himalayas rather than the grunge of Berkeley in the 60s; floor-length camisoles, wrap blanket coats and minutely embroidered peasant shirts hit just the right note. More urban staples like blazers and trousers were unstructured and amply cut; an oversized, olive green parka looked soft and delicate when belted and bloused.
Even die-hard minimalists will be tempted to incorporate one of Van Noten's extra-wide beaded scarves, a low-slung organic bag or a pair of colorful heels into their functional wardrobes.