After last season’s bright, ticker-tape dresses, this season felt like a refined study into peel-and-reveal cuts and layers. One considered cut became the focus of an entire look, like the single unzipped panel falling open on the front of the first dress.
Dark, autumnal leathers in forest green and stormy grey. Even scarlet, cerise and rich burgundies felt restrained and quiet, not bold and loud.
A series of gauzy white dresses embellished with acrylic nails in neat scale like lines. They resembled the boards in a nail salon, when you choose which polish shade and design to get.
Grey, shapeless transparent sheaths, slashed over the chest to reveal the structured red and black gowns beneath.
A subtle and abstract hatching pattern emerged in grey dresses and thigh split skirts, and gauzy grid print layers.