This contemporary brand pursued an Eighties preppy vibe, seen in a sky blue leather blouson with two rows of snap buttons, and a sweater in a graphic paintbrush print that also appeared on its version of Spring Court’s classic G2 tennis shoe.

Suit jackets were worn with the sleeves rolled up and a cardigan knotted around the waist. The outfits would have stood out better in a showroom presentation, instead of the standing-room-only catwalk show that had guests craning their necks.

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