Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” and Britney Spears’ “…Baby One More Time,” remade coolly by Joan as Police Woman, played on Viktor & Rolf’s spring soundtrack. Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren couldn’t have picked a more suitable music mix: They worked a rebel schoolgirl theme with playful charm for spring.

The designers deconstructed the classic school uniform — navy blazer, crisp white shirt and pleated skirt — in myriad ways. Some were more tame — the navy jacket with a school badge and white piping — others, more experimental, i.e., an asymmetric dress, its bodice made of half a jacket.

Skirts with bold geometric pleats flirted with the designers’ more eccentric leanings. Those looks aside, this season favored a more commercial appeal, with a contemporary touch.

The standout — a fun graffiti T-shirt with a silver-studded collar, teamed with Bermuda shorts — demonstrated a punkish streak. The headmaster better look the other way.

Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in the Wall” and Britney Spears’ “…Baby One More Time,” remade coolly by Joan as Police Woman, played on Viktor & Rolf’s spring soundtrack. Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren couldn’t have picked a more suitable music mix: They worked a rebel schoolgirl theme with playful charm for spring.

The designers deconstructed the classic school uniform — navy blazer, crisp white shirt and pleated skirt — in myriad ways. Some were more tame —the navy jacket with a school badge and white piping — others, more experimental, i.e., an asymmetric dress, its bodice made of half a jacket.

Skirts with bold geometric pleats flirted with the designers’ more eccentric leanings. Those looks aside, this season favored a more commercial appeal, with a contemporary touch.

The standout — a fun graffiti T-shirt with a silver-studded collar, teamed with Bermuda shorts — demonstrated a punkish streak. The headmaster better look the other way.

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