Creative director Nicolas Ghesquière teamed strict angles with soft, grungy jumpers and silks.
The look Creative director Nicolas Ghesquière teamed strict angles with soft, grungy jumpers and silks as he successfully straddled the line between offering directional pieces and wearable separates.
Key pieces Fish tail-fronted skirts kicked outwards as expertly placed front pleats gave the illusion of folds. The skirts were teamed with long-line sweaters that had a grungy feel, as considered holes, leather panelling and patches jostled with pops of neon on collars. Abstract prints on skirts had a Japanese feel as flora crept up silk skirts in winding formations. High-shine, waxy leather jackets were cut into a boxy silhouette - backing up the trend for mannish tailoring seen in Milan.
Commercial appeal This was a highly commercial collection with plenty of design details for the high street to cherry pick.