Looking to the late Sixties and early Seventies, Acne creative director Jonny Johansson worked a psychedelic swirl print throughout his spirited fall lineup. Sometimes the motif resembled kitschy wallpaper and other times it veered toward neo-ethnic, such as with the zebra-printed ponyskin on a high-neck anorak.

There was also a group of peach and ice-blue denim numbers that had a post-hippie street feel; the culottes and high-waisted pants looked especially fresh. And while a vintage vibe was the leitmotif, some of the silhouettes felt almost futuristic. A series of one-arm tops were wrapped around the body like scarves, while large metallic discs worn as neckpieces over technical Windbreakers proved that Johansson was in an experimental mood.

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