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In an interview with Dazed, Sarah Burton describes McQ's lauded Fall collection coats as "make-do-and-mend." What does that mean? She explains, "If he's gone off to war, you might put on his coat. The idea here is that it's made out of lots of different coats, taken apart then put back together again." At the very least, the pieces are fit to battle winter. [Dazed Digital]