London-based designers Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgason gave a stellar debut presentation. Finding inspiration in the 19th-century Antarctic race between Britain and Norway, they worked a cool naval motif into anything but the ordinary — sweatshirts were printed with ships and an octopus, dresses and pants with vintage map patterns. Even a bit of glitter was thrown in, meant to represent icy raindrops.

London-based designers Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgason gave a stellar debut presentation. Finding inspiration in the 19th-century Antarctic race between Britain and Norway, they worked a cool naval motif into anything but the ordinary — sweatshirts were printed with ships and an octopus, dresses and pants with vintage map patterns. Even a bit of glitter was thrown in, meant to represent icy raindrops.

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