Canadian designer Jeremy Laing drew upon youthful summertime memories of the Nineties for his women’s and men’s streetwear collection which seemingly blurred the lines between sexes as most looks could have been worn by either. On-trend culottes and oversize tunics were layered with loose anoraks and topper coats mostly made from sheer organza, nylon and linen in a bevy of sherbet colors and chalky stripes. The few women’s-driven looks — dresses with flyaway flaps and pencil skirts with bustier tops — held the most appeal.

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