Channeling the energy of Copenhagen’s jazzy club scene of the Fifties and Sixties, Ole Yde showed a lineup strong on evening options. While rich jacquards, glossy velour and embroidered lace took center stage, Yde employed mostly clean, graphic lines, occasionally offset by flounces. The latter looked particularly fun and light along the hemlines of transparent chiffon capes. ‘

Given the girlishness of some of the looks and the formality of others, like a tweed skirt suit, it was at times unclear which demographic Yde was targeting. Still, there were plenty of highlights, most notably the long tie-neck gown that softly sparkled in beige-gold. More turn-of-the-century than jazzy Sixties, it was a showstopper.