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It's been a decade since John Bartlett did womenswear, but he's bringing it back with a capsule collection on February 10. The women's pieces will be included in the men's runway show, and WWD says the looks will be inspired by the menswear, but adapted for a feminine silhouette.
"A lot of women will come in and try on my men's clothes," Bartlett said. "They're always too big for them and not fit for their bodies, but they love the expression. These are women that are not looking for ruffles or lace or jeggings. It's a different kind of approach to clothing."
· John Bartlett Takes on Women Again [WWD]