Pursuing a Slavic look, Damir Doma tucked his loose pants into boots and sent his models out for a walk. The tops and jackets came out in volume and flowing coats accompanied loose bottoms. Grey – in both darker and lighter shades – dominated, but the comparatively sharp tailoring often came in beige. Also waistcoats added to a slight sensation of classicism. The biggest visual attraction, though, was a (pretty warm) onslaught of fringed blankets that we saw wrapped around every other model, or casually slung over big leather bags. Doma continued his aesthetic vision and it’s one that gets more and more decisive for each season.