Having turned garments inside out for her last collection, Sacai designer Chitose Abe set about splicing and overlaying them for her spring lineup. A bomber jacket came with a ribbed black knit body, while a plaid shirt featured a waistband lifted from a tracksuit bottom and stitched on upside down.

The layering theme continued with fabrics featuring two patterns, such as a geometric camouflage motif printed over a Madras check or stripes. This appeared on items including Bermuda shorts and an oversized T-shirt made from sweatshirt material.

Having turned garments inside out for her last collection, Sacai designer Chitose Abe set about splicing and overlaying them for her spring lineup. A bomber jacket came with a ribbed black knit body, while a plaid shirt featured a waistband lifted from a tracksuit bottom and stitched on upside down.

The layering theme continued with fabrics featuring two patterns, such as a geometric camouflage motif printed over a Madras check or stripes. This appeared on items including Bermuda shorts and an oversized T-shirt made from sweatshirt material.

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