Pure at heart: despite the fact Ms. Sander is no longer at the helm.
Everything felt very reduced, like the coat hoods that seemed ironed flat down the back of the model’s necks. Fastenings were always done up at the neck then left undone: a single button, or a zip closed just halfway from the top.
The dots on the invitation were a taste of the subtle embossed bubbles that adorned the tailoring, bringing a dynamic quality to the otherwise very unfussy, refined silhouettes. Colour also added movement: the taffeta-like dull shimmer of plum tailoring, the oily slick of shoes and wet-look trousers, and a speckled purple and white print – the loudest noise in a quiet collection.
Stand out look:
A leather jacket and coat felt full of air and volume, uninterrupted by seams, with curved sleeves and silhouette.
How they wore it:
With hair super sleek in a side parting, and clutching leather zipped pouches, folded over.