Astrid Andersen’s fascination with sport continued this season as the designer focused her attention on sumo wrestling, following a recent trip to Japan. Her typically buff models wore nylon track pants and fuchsia and orange paisley tops inspired by the kimono and martial arts.

There were nods to Middle Eastern dress, too, in the form of fringed, “prayer-rug” aprons that fastened with obi belts, and a floor-length T-shirt slit at the sides. Gender boundaries were playfully and confidently pushed via lurid orange crushed velvet tracksuits, a revealing sheer black mesh unitard, and a delicate black lace T-shirt worn over a Lycra “sports bra.”

Astrid Andersen’s fascination with sport continued this season as the designer focused her attention on sumo wrestling, following a recent trip to Japan. Her typically buff models wore nylon track pants and fuchsia and orange paisley tops inspired by the kimono and martial arts.

There were nods to Middle Eastern dress, too, in the form of fringed, “prayer-rug” aprons that fastened with obi belts, and a floor-length T-shirt slit at the sides. Gender boundaries were playfully and confidently pushed via lurid orange crushed velvet tracksuits, a revealing sheer black mesh unitard, and a delicate black lace T-shirt worn over a Lycra “sports bra.”

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