Inspired by Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe in the 1967 film “Two for the Road,” Albert Kriemler’s pre-fall collection for Akris was casually chic in a South of France sort of way. There were superfine cashmere knits — sometimes done in graphic stripes — as well as tweed coats, a plaid suit and plenty of tailored pants, from full trousers to cuffed capris. Always one to take luxury to a new level, Kriemler gave a nod to sportswear in the most luxe sense, i.e. a suede and cashmere trench, leather and cashmere dresses, and a reversible mink and treated silk jacket.

Inspired by Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe in the 1967 film “Two for the Road,” Albert Kriemler’s pre-fall collection for Akris was casually chic in a South of France sort of way.There were superfine cashmere knits — sometimes done in graphic stripes — as well as tweed coats, a plaid suit and plenty of tailored pants, from full trousers to cuffed capris. Always one to take luxury to a new level, Kriemler gave a nod to sportswear in the most luxe sense, i.e. a suede and cashmere trench, leather and cashmere dresses, and a reversible mink and treated silk jacket.

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