The site uncovered pelt-making tools from sand fox, golden jackal and wildcat bones. And, rather surprising, a whale tooth – suggesting whales in the north African vicinity during that time. What these clothes from the Pleistocene Summer Collection looked like remains a mystery. But considering all apparel were handmade, one can safely presume that any cave-wardrobe would be bespoke, not pret-a-porter. These ancient Moroccan tell-tailors must have made functional clothes that appealed to the eye and fit, considering the material was leather, which the remnant tools suggest was used for purposes beyond waterproofing, shelter and containers. Of course, the evolutionary history of wearing no clothes is older than that of wearing clothes. One can only imagine what a breakthrough it must have been at the point of couture inflection.