For its first on-schedule presentation, Tourne de Transmission looked to the Kogi tribe. It hails from a region of Columbia that boasts every microclimate in the world, presumably requiring a larger wardrobe than other native South American tribes.
Highlights included duster coats, smock tops with distressed hemlines, and a white hooded parka — all done in textured denim. Creative director Graeme Gaughan said he was both drawn to the silhouettes of the Kogi’s traditional costume and to the fact that they send envoys to warn the world about climate change. Although technically men’s wear, this approachable collection could easily be unisex.