Markus Lupfer blended the feminine with the masculine, looking to influences as diverse the Arctic Circle and classic men’s tailoring for this sophisticated but easy collection.
“She likes to mix things together like sporty leggings with sequinned skirts,” said Lupfer of his muse. “Basically she throws things from all different angles to make almost everything possible.”
The designer created an arctic flower print that he scattered onto a soft blue dress with a pussy bow. He turned the flower into a jacquard for a green and orange long-sleeve dress that he styled with a black shearling vest and sunglasses by Linda Farrow.
Lupfer also played with volume and shapes in outerwear and tailored suits. He took a traditional men’s suit and gave it a ladylike touch, pairing a polka dot pussy bow blouse with a plaid jacket and languid trousers.
He used the same plaid pattern for trousers, which he paired with a floral printed tie neck blouse and an elongated white shearling coat with floral embellishments on the sleeves.