In perhaps their most confident collection to date, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville took their girls on a journey to the Arctic Circle. They defined the look in their show notes as futuristic Eskimo combined with technical Seventies ski wear, but the fantastical coats that followed — in wools, tweeds, cowhide and Neoprene, with hoods lined in popcorn knits or shearling — were just the start. The layers, and lots of them, continued with dramatically fringed capes that topped harness pants or skinny paneled skirts, worn with padded thigh-high socks and motorcycle gloves.

In perhaps their most confident collection to date, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville took their girls on a journey to the Arctic Circle. They defined the look in their show notes as futuristic Eskimo combined with technical Seventies ski wear, but the fantastical coats that followed — in wools, tweeds, cowhide and Neoprene, with hoods lined in popcorn knits or shearling — were just the start. The layers, and lots of them, continued with dramatically fringed capes that topped harness pants or skinny paneled skirts, worn with padded thigh-high socks and motorcycle gloves.

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