Mark Kenly Domino Tan drew on a number of sources for his latest collection: interior designer Pierre Paulin and the Dior aesthetic of the ’50s-’60s but with a Seventies twist in line with the current trends. The designer’s tailoring background emerged in the collarless jackets and flared trousers and the sculpted coats made up of overlapping panels with maxi lapels, cinched at the waist and/or sleeves with metallic bands, and worn with high leather boots. Other, more fluid pyjama-type looks or cropped crew neck blouses with undulating hems topped with a contrasting turtleneck and high-waist flared trousers had a clear ’70s feel, as did the high-necked mid-calf length dresses with long flared sleeves. There were lots of glossy effects, eye-catching colour combinations such as grey and rust or pink and acid green or orange, although in general the palette focused on monochrome total looks.