Berlin was the impetus behind Phillip Lim’s collection. Looking to the city’s evolving rave culture he worked a whimsical vibe via fuzzy poodle motifs, both figurative and abstract, and got more literal with a glowstick print shown on an anorak and skirt.

Berlin’s architecture — old classical buildings merged with modern, supersleek ones — was also a drawing point for Lim. The notion was best expressed with a multicolored metallic jacquard suit, its blazer segmented with corduroy to exemplify two unrelated ideas merged into one.

Berlin was the impetus behind Phillip Lim’s collection. Looking to the city’s evolving rave culture he worked a whimsical vibe via fuzzy poodle motifs, both figurative and abstract, and got more literal with a glowstick print shown on an anorak and skirt.

Berlin’s architecture — old classical buildings merged with modern, supersleek ones — was also a drawing point for Lim. The notion was best expressed with a multicolored metallic jacquard suit, its blazer segmented with corduroy to exemplify two unrelated ideas merged into one.

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