The designer pursued her signature print-heavy aesthetic with Escher cubes printed and patched into leather skirts, dresses and jackets; a lipstick motif used as a chevron pattern on blouses and a trouser suit, and as a Deco placement print on a dungaree dress. Her trademark hearts were graphic and plentiful, and a tiger’s head looked photocopied onto a top and full-length organza skirt, which was worn with a white T-shirt emblazoned with an angry bear. It was visual overload but, on the whole, it worked.

The designer pursued her signature print-heavy aesthetic with Escher cubes printed and patched into leather skirts, dresses and jackets; a lipstick motif used as a chevron pattern on blouses and a trouser suit, and as a Deco placement print on a dungaree dress. Her trademark hearts were graphic and plentiful, and a tiger's head looked photocopied onto a top and full-length organza skirt, which was worn with a white T-shirt emblazoned with an angry bear. It was visual overload but, on the whole, it worked.

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