Precision and optical illusion defined the Iceberg show. As the collection unfolded, it told the story of geometric possibilities – opening with sharp leather lines that formed across the body before moving onto stripes, block coloured sleeves, and closing with a finale of vivid prints.
Within the strict linear regularity of the collection, colour burst onto designs. It was used to dramatic effect, highlighting these ordered shapes by offering one white and one yellow sleeve on a black jumper, or by combining yellow, beige, and white stripes on a woollen dress. By the end of the collection, it reached a new extreme when psychedelic acid prints emerged on dresses, or featured as beaded sequins on oversized knitwear.
Models pictured: Cara Delevingne (@Caradelevingne), Zuzanna Bijoch (@BijochZuzanna), Maud Welzen (@MaudeWelzen93), Julia Nobis (@JuliaNobis1), Bette Franke (@Bette_Franke), Hanne Gaby Odiele (@hannegabysays), Ava Smith (@Avakattos)
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