From “ancestral” capes trailing chiffon ribbons to pants and kimonolike robes with crackly surfaces resembling dried white paint, Josephus Thimister has a way of infusing his collections with an eerie, dug-up-from-the-trenches vibe. In this collection, his fantasy got carried away at times, especially the matted sheepskin capes fused with ragged knits and ribbons, which would have been better left to decompose. There were plenty of desirable options, though, namely belted V-neck dresses in wool or stone gray linen along with fluid jumpsuits and tops that knotted nonchalantly at the front.

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