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Editorial

Feminine seduction and masculine tailoring, through a sporty and at times romantic look. The mix of moods did not off-balance the collection from Markus Lupfer, who moved with ease between genders and styles. The girls wore masculine suits cut to fit them: double-breasted jackets cinched by knotted ropes over wide trousers or cigarette pants, and the same pattern was also used for loose coats and sombre suits. More or less loose bombers were worn with long pleated polka dot or floral skirts over leggings. A sporty waistband added an active touch to little blouses and sequinned skirts. The recurring theme was winter flowers, which appeared everywhere as a pattern and were particularly visible on sheer dresses, skirts and shirts. The warm colours were what you would expect for the season: green, bordeaux, brown, blue and pale pink.