June 24, 2012 Paris
Kane delved even further into his own back pages with a section based on antique photos, which he bastardized with punky splashes of pink. "It felt good to do prints again," he said. "Good not to be so technical." The result had the slightly skewed whiff of perversity that adds magnetic appeal to almost everything Kane does. But he said a flat "no" to the suggestion that the same weird whiff might be hanging around the new-looking fluffy knits. Sister Tammy, majordomo, sounding board, and everything else to Kane Inc., has just had a baby, and her kid brother was feeling broody.