This one did. “I had fun,” Mr. Jacobs said
Afterward, shrugging, as if it were that simple. Pulling off the combination of Eastern and Western styles — European and Asian — took some finesse. (In the end, it all blended together.) The layers and proportions were tricky; almost every outfit consisted of layers, usually with sheer, hosiery-like leggings as the main underpinning. And there were ruffles and frills everywhere: coating slim dresses, spilling over tailored pinstriped jackets, spiraling around long jersey dresses, finishing rompers. But the overall effect of this terrific presentation was a free-spirited attack of fashion, a wide comfort zone with different textures and assumptions about what is pretty and feminine.