February 14, 2001 New York
Kerrigan rocked the house with diamond-tucked vamp dresses, boy blazers that hung over teensy miniskirts, silk bondage pants and a few Edwardian jackets, albeit shrunken and severely tweaked. Toying with male/female stereotypes, Kerrigan went for drab-olive military parkas accessorized by glittery embroidered shawls; a Kraftwerk-like red shirt and black skinny tie looked deadly sharp with a pleated, tight mini.
Kerrigan also explored draping with a couple of jersey dresses, but the skinny, aggressive looks were the ones that worked best.
What does a seen-it-all downtown New Yorker wear to a shindig? A skimpy, leather-sequin tunic with split sides and crimson leggings underneath, a thick belt and dangerously pointed kitten-heel booties.