Boris Bidjan Saberi delivered a versatile collection that was less Goth and more “Mad Max” this season.

 

The German designer’s signature layering and mix of volumes remained, but rather than giving off a strong urban or military vibe, here was a more itinerant, tribal take. This was due partially to the earthy hues he used, such as ochre, brown and sand.

 

Particularly strong for spring was outerwear, like the school-bus yellow, sleeveless rain slicker overlayed with a billowy brown jacket, the long patchwork vest or the chunky honeycomb knitted number.

 

Saberi displayed a dexterity at mixing fabrics, such as waxed cotton and leather, which combined came across as strong yet well-worn — a striking balance.

By  on June 23, 2016

Boris Bidjan Saberi delivered a versatile collection that was less Goth and more “Mad Max” this season.

 

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