Paolo Gerani took Iceberg back to its Eighties heyday, when intarsia sweaters by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac put the brand on the fashion map. Cue fall’s batwing sleeves, asymmetric collars and graphic color-blocking, luxed up with leather taping, patches of fur and scatterings of sequins. Less literal retro options included pencil skirts and dresses in a wonky, abstract floral print.

Paolo Gerani took Iceberg back to its Eighties heyday, when intarsia sweaters by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac put the brand on the fashion map. Cue fall’s batwing sleeves, asymmetric collars and graphic color-blocking, luxed up with leather taping, patches of fur and scatterings of sequins. Less literal retro options included pencil skirts and dresses in a wonky, abstract floral print.

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