Sharp tailoring and urban-chic sportswear were the key ingredients of creative director Fiona Cibani’s mostly well-executed collection. Minimal trapeze-shaped white shirts were worn with short pants or fluid trousers, while a well-cut, double-breasted suit came in a classic Prince of Wales pattern. Shades of gold, mint and pink on shiny silk suits and trenches were a bit too feminine.

Sharp tailoring and urban-chic sportswear were the key ingredients of creative director Fiona Cibani’s mostly well-executed collection. Minimal trapeze-shaped white shirts were worn with short pants or fluid trousers, while a well-cut, double-breasted suit came in a classic Prince of Wales pattern. Shades of gold, mint and pink on shiny silk suits and trenches were a bit too feminine.

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