Andreas Huber and Raúl Egloff Alcaide, the Zurich-based duo behind Huber Egloff, had a globetrotting woman in mind for this fourth collection, which they presented in a run-down laundromat.

 

Their eclectic range, inspired by Albert Kahn’s “The Archives of the Planet,” had something of the mismatched nature of a traveler’s wardrobe, but one that had definitely not been crumpled from the bottom of a backpack.

 

Huber and Egloff crafted pink Lurex stripes onto cotton chintz tuxedo pants with a quirky feel, but also offered up classic black pants, high-collared blouses and shirt dresses for more versatility. A white sweatshirt emblazoned with the word “Bleach” – in reference to Nirvana’s first studio album and the manga character of the same — was paired with a long black A-line skirt, while the pattern on a floral printed crêpe de chine dress was blurred as if it had been left out in the rain.

By  on March 2, 2016

Andreas Huber and Raúl Egloff Alcaide, the Zurich-based duo behind Huber Egloff, had a globetrotting woman in mind for this fourth collection, which they presented in a run-down laundromat.

 

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