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Ten days immersed in the “streets, people, colors and nature” in and around Dublin sent Berlin designer Kilian Kerner down a wildly printed path for fall. Mixed motifs — including a bold pinstripe, traditional Celtic patterns, photos of water taken by Kerner, and 3-D novelty effects — all had their day. The addition of layering, pleating and fringe, often together in a single look, had an unsettling effect, although the slip-on Vans that accompanied both the men’s and women’s looks grounded things a bit. And single items such as little shifts, A-line dresses and coats for women or components of the men’s outfits, pleated skirts aside, suggested that Kerner can maintain his standing as one of Berlin’s more commercially distributed labels.


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