The unmistakable style of Haider Ackermann, including layering, asymmetry and a mix of menswear, dandy refinement and oriental references, gained an exciting new element: prints, accompanied by metallic or iridescent effects and vibrant pops of colour against black. The tapered silhouette was constructed using different lengths with hems or flaps hanging from garments, reaffirming the play of layers. There were cropped jackets in metallic bouclé tweed with rolled up sleeves, worn with immaculate or animal fluid shirts knotted at the neck, paired with slim ankle-length trousers or asymmetric mini-kilts over black leather pirate boots. There were checked tweed coats cinched by obi belts or long, black fitted numbers worn over even longer skirts. The untidy updos emphasised the vertical lines.