Yigal Azrouël referenced the 1968 Marianne Faithfull film “The Girl on a Motorcycle” for his collection that was anchored by one of his favorite pieces: the biker jacket. Azrouël’s pre-fall versions, again done with his zipper constructions that allow the wearer to remove sleeves, peplums, etc., were worked in a variety of materials such as wool eyelet, shearling and a standout style in a patterned Alpaca wool blanket fabric that was shown with a matching skirt.

A complex patchwork was featured on a pair of textured leather leggings, while a convertible dress in a graphic diamond pattern zipped apart to become a top and skirt.

Yigal Azrouël referenced the 1968 Marianne Faithfull film “The Girl on a Motorcycle” for his collection that was anchored by one of his favorite pieces: the biker jacket. Azrouël’s pre-fall versions, again done with his zipper constructions that allow the wearer to remove sleeves, peplums, etc., were worked in a variety of materials such as wool eyelet, shearling and a standout style in a patterned Alpaca wool blanket fabric that was shown with a matching skirt.


A complex patchwork was featured on a pair of textured leather leggings, while a convertible dress in a graphic diamond pattern zipped apart to become a top and skirt.

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