The designer remained true to her streamlined, workwear-inspired aesthetic, turning out boxy suits, fly-front cotton jackets and soft denim smock shirts in her usual palette of neutrals and earth tones such as navy, black and stone. Trousers were slightly wider than in the past, and either cuffed to reveal models’ ankles, or long and slightly flared. Polo knits had a feminine edge with slightly puffed sleeves, while outerwear came in the form of hooded jackets with drawstring waists and stiff or crinkly cotton car coats.

The designer remained true to her streamlined, workwear-inspired aesthetic, turning out boxy suits, fly-front cotton jackets and soft denim smock shirts in her usual palette of neutrals and earth tones such as navy, black and stone. Trousers were slightly wider than in the past, and either cuffed to reveal models’ ankles, or long and slightly flared. Polo knits had a feminine edge with slightly puffed sleeves, while outerwear came in the form of hooded jackets with drawstring waists and stiff or crinkly cotton car coats.

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