Swiss men's wear designer Marco Steiner took fossils as the inspiration for a collection that was packed with earthy tones, mottled prints, and loose silhouettes. He layered a long single-breasted gray coat over a slim, tunic-like copper jersey top and linen trousers and paired russet harem pants with a green knitted top. Meanwhile, brown and green prints of stones and cracked earth spilled over trousers, shorts and cotton, button-front shirts that had contrasting white sleeves.
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