Mostly monochromatic, this collection had a languid, laid-back glamour telegraphed by luxe fabrics and embellishments. The label’s designers, Heidi Middleton and Sarah-Jane Clarke, said they took their design elements both from the “energy” of Peru and of Buenos Aires, following a jaunt there earlier this year, and from elements of masculine and feminine dressing. Cue the white pantsuit worn with a sequinned mini cape at the shoulders, or a sleek tuxedo jacket worn with shimmering silver palazzo pants. While the collection had a more grown-up feel than past bohemian outings, the odd quirky detail — such as fluorescent orange shells embroidered onto a shift dress — hinted at the design duo’s abiding sense of fun.

Mostly monochromatic, this collection had a languid, laid-back glamour telegraphed by luxe fabrics and embellishments. The label’s designers, Heidi Middleton and Sarah-Jane Clarke, said they took their design elements both from the “energy” of Peru and of Buenos Aires, following a jaunt there earlier this year, and from elements of masculine and feminine dressing. Cue the white pantsuit worn with a sequinned mini cape at the shoulders, or a sleek tuxedo jacket worn with shimmering silver palazzo pants. While the collection had a more grown-up feel than past bohemian outings, the odd quirky detail — such as fluorescent orange shells embroidered onto a shift dress — hinted at the design duo’s abiding sense of fun.

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