Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia might have decided to skip a runway show, but their fall collection was definitely catwalk-worthy. Going deeper and deeper in their deconstructive approach, the designers delivered a strong lineup that brought an outdoor vibe to the city streets.
Plaids and tartans, as well as motorbike-racing references, were combined into a cool wardrobe that revisited tailoring and mixed it with cool, twisted city staples. Classic sartorial designs and nylon sporty pieces were paired for hybrid looks, including a covetable suit with a hoodie, a zipper and drawings and inserts in a technical fabric running down the sleeves and the legs.
Checkered dresses cut in asymmetric silhouettes featured inlaid scarves for a cozy effect that was amplified by warm, oversized knits with cutouts on the shoulders and cocooning puffers. A sporty, dynamic vibe was introduced via the racing feel of fluid pants featuring contrasting side bands, as well as leather skirts and jackets with choppy cuts and asymmetric closures.
Kim and Garcia played their game of deconstruction with a soft, controlled hand for a charming and elegant effect.