Ole Yde played it safe for fall, sending out a commercially viable collection based on girly skirts and dresses. He spiced them up with iridescent fabrics and graphic patterns, without ever going overboard.

 

The utterly simple, straight-cut silhouettes were often styled with little fur jackets designed by Yde in collaboration with Manakas Frankfurt, though the lineup was most interesting when the designer turned his attention to knits and tweeds. One jumpsuit with cropped wide legs looked most forward.

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