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  • Many of the iconic YSL staples were there, Le Smoking suit, for instance, but it did not appear in its purest of forms: it was distressed, destroyed and displaced. Sleeves appeared to be unceremoniously removed from their jackets, revealing the long over-looked shoulder pad in the process. Some displaced sleeves reappeared as accessories for tank top and trouser combos - it was make do and mend at its very best. Vaccarello is clearly highly resourceful.

    The shoulder pad wasn’t the only 80s icon on show, though. Joan Collins circa Dynasty popped by for the final few looks with a selection of asymmetric animal print dresses with slashed shoulders and modesty-defying hemlines. Teamed with matching Pat Butcher-esque earrings (naturally) the looks marked a powerful return for the eighties woman and all her excess. Boys will want to bed her and every girl will want to be her.



    Speaking of which, as the previous Creative Director at Versus, Vaccarello is well versed in sex. That was never more prominent than when Binx Walton modelled a strapless black leather mini dress with a missing left hand chest panel - a silver nipple cover was luckily on hand for imagination’s sake. What would the 16th century monks have thought?

    For an Instagram-thirsty fashion industry, the spring/summer 2017 collection certainly provided many social media moments. Aside from the larger than life YSL sign suspending from a crane in the French national colours, the black pointed toe heeled pumps with the immortal letters, YSL, forming the heel will be garnering likes for many months to come. I would join the waiting list for those now if I was you.

    In the iconic words of Justin Timberlake, Anthony Vaccarello is, ‘bringing sexy back,’ and it’s about time.

    One of the first things people will notice about asymmetrical animals is that they look very similar to exotic plants. Although on the surface they may look like plants, underneath the surface, cells differ. Asymmetrical animals--like radial and bilateral symmetric animals--have eukaryotic cells; plants on the other hand, have prokaryotic cells.

  • One of the first things people will notice about asymmetrical animals is that they look very similar to exotic plants. Although on the surface they may look like plants, underneath the surface, cells differ. Asymmetrical animals--like radial and bilateral symmetric animals--have eukaryotic cells; plants on the other hand, have prokaryotic cells.

    An ocean world might evolve asymmetric organisms. An octopus comes to mind. While it is symmetric it can adjust its body to fit into nearly any nook or cranny. As James said no matter how the world you design comes to be, you will always have some level of symmetry.

  • It evolved to have every cell have all functions (e.g. Any cell in the organism could function as a part of the respiratory system, a vascular system, a liver, etc.). I am not cure how plausible this scenario is, but I have been working on a way to prevent mutated cells (cancer cells) from killing an organism and this seemed like a good idea. Therefore an asymmetrical organism of the macro level might be a blob of cells evolved to cope with radiation levels (although the more plausible solution is to get an armored exo-skeleton).

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Interest piqued: Most of us can name at least one asymmetrical animal. Probably the fiddler crab, which is known for its single large claw. While thinking about the possible makeup of alien life, I wondered if there were any biological advantages to asymmetry in animals.