Eclectic, eccentric and unusual. The woman dressed by Markus Lupfer loves her contaminations, contrasts and bizarre synergies. She enjoys teaming gutsy details and bon-ton touches. The skirts in this presentation were below-the-knee but had daring splits or stroboscopic sequins. Knitwear came in traditional shapes but featured quirky foxes, deer and sparkling lips. All-tartan outfits in various colour combinations were mixed with ink-coloured fringes. Markus Lupfer’s woman has no fear of opulence: suits were glossy with flowering bud patterns and came with eco-furs. Statement buttons on cardigans were in the shape of delicate flower heads. Flowers also appeared as embroidery on lace in autumnal colours. The collection was tinged with woodland tints – sage green, chestnut brown, tobacco, suede, rust and midnight blue.