Always spectacular, Henrik Vibskov’s show played with the blurring of the genders that has been so popular for next winter. Oversize volumes and blurred edges work well for men’s or women’s coats and down jackets, very flared tunics, which were layered in some looks, jumpsuits and extra-large calf-length trousers – all worn with classic lace-ups. Neutral and mainly dark colours alternated with graphic and geometric prints, such as the checked or brick motifs that echoed Vibskov’s construction inspiration for almost all of his collections. Imposing headpieces are another of this designer’s leitmotifs. Here they were midway between riding hats and hard hats, black and wrapped in a sort of ribbed knit turban.