Each X Other trod a more experimental route than seasons past. The looks were intentionally a bit “off,” or artfully neglected, based on the vibe of the kind of girl who shops for her groceries in a nightgown with a cool jacket.
The humble sweatshirt morphed into stay-in-or-go-out dresses, or served as a message board for the brand’s arty musings, while the signature cool-girl tailoring got quirky, such as the line’s tuxedo skirt spliced with a crocheted panel on the front, and looks with draped panels at the bust. Completing the silhouettes were road-sweeper slip-ons with a slick of fur on one side.
The overall mood was the street-style approach of mixing everything up while throwing out that old-fashioned idea of seasonal dressing. Why not be more summer in winter? It made for an intriguing mix at times, with the combination of Seventies colors like rust, mustard and blue with micro plaids, tropical prints and bubblegum pink.
As a brand based on uplifted denim and basic wardrobe staples, the denim was still the strongest component.