Leyla Piedayesh experimented with a variety of bold prints this season, but her shapes stayed true to form with Lala Berlin’s perennial favorites: slouchy knitwear and silk jumpsuits, most topped off this time with wide-rimmed fedoras. An angular graphic print in acidic colors was emblazoned with stripes, seen on a silk jumpsuit, silk pants and a short miniskirt. Light pink was a key color here, used for a cotton dress with asymmetric zip detail and a long, wool coat cut mannish enough to avoid girly territory.
The firm’s Keffiyeh print remained a staple, but Piedayesh also showed a black-and-white Inca print on several looks. The highlight though was a star print, worked on jeans, a chiffon blouse and a sweeping long-sleeve chiffon dress that sparkled like the night sky.
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