Eleonore von Schwanenflügel and Stephanie Pupke are known for their intricately printed scarves, but their move into women’s wear is proving difficult. Their print for fall was a teacup motif that was mixed, matched and pattern-blocked on tunics, tops and palazzo pants. Overly busy, the print often looked like little more than repurposed foulards.

That, however, was punctuated with more convincing black pieces — collarless jackets and minis in plissé, and a coatdress in heavy silk twill.

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