Designers Johanna Perret and Tutia Schaad dressed their models and bought them entry tickets to the New National Gallery, where they staged a guerilla fashion show. The audience peered through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the Mies van Der Rohe landmark. The spring collection refined their version of Berlin reductionism: folds, wraps, controlled tiers, asymmetry, and varied takes on shirt dressing. An injection of glistening berry, orange, blue and yellow tones gave a fresh perspective.


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