Copenhagen-based Ole Yde filled the runway with a range of mostly evening looks that drew inspiration from the 18th century, the Sixties, the Seventies and Japanese culture. This meant a parade of contrasting and varied silhouettes: lingerielike T-shirts with ruff collars, straight-cut shift dresses, and wide-legged disco jumpsuits with handkerchief sleeves.

“I wanted to show a lot of different feelings,” the designer said, referring to the diverse lineup as a “happy collection.” It seems Yde is still working to find his voice.

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