This collection had a very traditional feel: riding boots, suede pieces, big-shouldered equestrian jackets…
Raquel Zimmerman. Buttoned, shouldered, gloriously equestrian-chic jacket.
Jac. Classic colours and materials – leather and tweed – with a modern twist with the shoulders.
Tao Okamoto. Scrolling motifs on a simple dress dress it up. Armwarmers, tights, and riding boots.
Elsa Sylvan. Bringing the scrolls some colour and new (well, not really – trumpet sleeves are ages old) shapes.
Katrin Thormann. Very structured and detailed jacket with basic black boots, a very simply chic look.
Marina Peres. Not your average jumper, not at all…
Gorgeous ruffled and sheer minidress, huge and creative gloves.
Subtle luxury, focus on the classics, and no 80’s trends at all. A breath of fresh air, you could say.
Vlada Roslyakova. Simple, neutral chic; just a hint of detail on the shoe. Gorgeous red hair as well – I wish I could pull off a redhead look.
Myf Shepard. Again, simple & classic looks. Nice collar on this one.
Liu Wen. Loose, grey trousers, grey gloves, dark camel coat. Mmmm.
Jac. Sleek black dress, silvery fur coat. Love that hair.
Karmen Pedaru. Loose black trench with cuffed kimono sleeves.
Playing with different shades of nudes and beiges; very pale pink silk skirt; fur coat.
Constance Jablonski. Seemingly seamless, pale, wide-lapelled coat with cuffed kimono sleeves again.
Anja Rubik. Last look: camel gloves, dark camel/brown flowy coat with curling lapels.
What a crazy name. Scognamiglio.
Dramatic blouses, studded boots, sweater dresses… very wearable stuff, people. Or so you thought.
Dramatic coat, sheer top, silver platforms, all with sort of a futuristic feel.
Alina Zaharia. Outrageously ruffled blouse, huge necklace, bow and lace skirt, white tie platforms.
Another ruffled, semi-sheer blouse with gold structured pants.
Karolin Wolter. Classic gold-and-black-lace-overlay dress with slightly pouffy sleeves.
Whoosh! Flowy and dramatic black mini. Wearable, this.
Iris Strubegger. Huge bow, gold platforms. Gorgeous.
Some street style:
Great tweed skirt and camel bowler. Sartorialist.
Beautiful light fur scarf.
Natasha Vojnovik, the face of Gareth Pugh F/W 2009, taking a casual stroll in brand-spanking-new Gareth Pugh. This begs the question, How on earth does one stroll casually in Gareth Pugh? Well, apparently she can. Props to her. 🙂 JAK&JIL.