This time, the boots—once again made by ultra-cult designer Carol Christian Poell's Viennese cobbler—were polished.
That says a lot about the clothes they accompanied. Hamilton pushed the tailoring for Fall 2009 in New York Fashion Week, streamlining the silhouette, narrowing lapels, shrinking collars.
But influences real or imagined aside, what really stood out were the ensembles that were purest Hamilton in their oddness, like the double jacket layered over a long "leathered cotton" hoodie over his cropped long johns.
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