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Herve Leger Really Wants to See Women In Hats This Fall

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Herve Leger fans can expect more perfect bandage dresses in the Fall 2013 line. According to the show notes, fall's version of the HL standby was inspired by the surrealist sculptors Les Lalanne, who are best known for their unusual animal sculptures (WWD interprets the curving appliqués and embroideries on the body-con dresses as the influence of the artists). So no surprise there.

What was maybe more eyebrow-raising was the hat on nearly every model. These chill, baseball cap looking hats adorned all the looks save for just a scant few of them, and if the model didn't have a hat, she rocked a huge fur hood. The combination of sporty and sexy was pretty badass, in our opininon. Take a look after the jump.

Images courtesy of Herve Leger by Max Azria

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