More prints and crazy hats from Henrik Vibskov, who this time around dedicated his collection to “miscommunication”, positioning masked musicians along the runway whose deafening instruments wagged the tongues of a row of wooden puppet heads. Noisy distractions aside, the clothes were in classic Vibskov style – androgynous cuts, geometric motifs in basic colours with bold colour injections, layering, oversize enveloping shapes, such as the coats with asymmetric collar and belted waist. More soft lines came with loose-sleeved cassocks and skirts or trousers often forming suits. Some slimmer tunic dresses added variety, but most of the shapes were extra-large or cocoons.