Geometric prints made a strong appearance in Otto Drögsler and Jörg Ehrlich’s Odeeh collection, which had a contemporary feel aimed at the modern, urban woman. Worked in a blue, burgundy, burnt orange and brown palette, the patterns looked calm and studied on everything from tops to pants to tunics. (Although the models were a little too calm: They walked slowly, only one on the runway at a time.) The leading look — roomy T-shirts, either jacquard or padded, matched with loose-cut silky pants and lightweight skirts — had great commercial potential, while a series of wide-legged Bermudas in silk or wool offered a nice alternative cut.

Geometric prints made a strong appearance in Otto Drögsler and Jörg Ehrlich’s Odeeh collection, which had a contemporary feel aimed at the modern, urban woman. Worked in a blue, burgundy, burnt orange and brown palette, the patterns looked calm and studied on everything from tops to pants to tunics. (Although the models were a little too calm: They walked slowly, only one on the runway at a time.) The leading look — roomy T-shirts, either jacquard or padded, matched with loose-cut silky pants and lightweight skirts — had great commercial potential, while a series of wide-legged Bermudas in silk or wool offered a nice alternative cut.

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