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Raf Simons

Key looks
Raf’s usual modernism was pushed yet further with simple shell tops and close fitting tailoring – a crisp antidote to the louche looks elsewhere

Minimalism – Simons’ industrial design ethic was apparent here as silhouettes were pared down to simple shells while a graphic edge came through on stencil prints

Jackets veered from boxy to slim-fitting with both abbreviated and elongated drops used. The oddest move was the use of short shorts, which cut higher than the jackets.

Here’s where Simons does occasionally let rip. His fanciful textures included contrasting knit contrasts on cap-sleeve jumpers and

Just black, white and grey – the interest with Simons is always shape and fabric while the palette stays minimal.

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