Araks Yeramyan looked at 20th-century history for this pretty, feminine lineup. In particular, she focused on German colonization in Namibia and its effects on the local Herero tribe, whose traditional costumes served as reference for the collection’s numerous patchwork pieces.

They included a zipped dress with a cutout waist that mixed lightweight viscose with heavier cotton in a delicate plaid. The plaid also popped up on the viscose insert embellishing a sporty-chic floral embroidered anorak with oversize sleeves, inspired by silhouettes of the Victorian Age.

Yeramyan also paired a ruffled two-layer top with baggy pleated pants, and matched a ruffled dress in a micro-check print with a zipped blouson.

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