Layering was the order of the day for Haider Ackermann, together with an apparent disorder that seemed to throw garments together haphazardly, but was in fact closely studied and highly effective. This latest collection too featured a waistcoat worn over a t-shirt or a shirt with sleeves rolled up or a hooded sweatshirt, a scarf worn like a tie or wound around the neck or the hips, a jacket thrown over the top cinched with a thin belt, vests peeking out everywhere, and skinny trousers over pointed ankle boots. The surfaces featured houndstooth, tartan, shiny velvet, iridescent effects and leather used as contrasting insets and bold colours paired with black and white.