Optimism has been creative director Sasha Walckhoff’s recent mantra, and he gave a cheerful spin to work wear for fall. Toting lunchboxes made from raw denim and calfskin, models wore mechanic-blue and white painted overalls over white cotton shirts, as if they had just stepped off a fashionable manufacturing site or laboratory for a quick break, with a flashy neon-yellow-and-black-striped calfskin overcoats and matching trousers further stressing the notion. Lean ink-blue cashmere jackets and trousers had a white rubber coating on the lower parts of sleeves and legs to heighten the industrial look.

Optimism has been creative director Sasha Walckhoff’s recent mantra, and he gave a cheerful spin to work wear for fall. Toting lunchboxes made from raw denim and calfskin, models wore mechanic-blue and white painted overalls over white cotton shirts, as if they had just stepped off a fashionable manufacturing site or laboratory for a quick break, with a flashy neon-yellow-and-black-striped calfskin overcoats and matching trousers further stressing the notion. Lean ink-blue cashmere jackets and trousers had a white rubber coating on the lower parts of sleeves and legs to heighten the industrial look.

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