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You know you're at a show by France's king of kitsch Jean-Charles de Castelbajac when top accessories include an inflatable life vest, a satin neck pillow and necklaces made from counterfeit watches.
In the months that followed Alexander McQueen's suicide in February, the fashion world was abuzz with speculation about the future of the house. How could McQueen's successor, his longtime right-hand woman Sarah Burton, possibly take forward a house so fundamentally built on the extraordinary creative vision of its founder?